Henry Jamison – Sunlit Juice

Released a little over a week ago, Henry Jamison provides the latest track from his upcoming debut LP, The Wilds, titled Sunlit Juice.

As the descendant of 14th-century poet John Gower, it’s never a surprise to hear the silky smooth poetry of Jamison’s lyrics, yet it’s always more than a pleasure to listen to.  On Sunlit Juice, poetic lyricism and folk tinged storytelling guide us through the story of repeating lovers wrapped up in consumption of alcohol.

However, as is the case with Jamison’s gentle, calming voice, it’s more likely that the story of alcoholic lovers destined to fall back in forth into one another would go unnoticed, instead, with listeners succumbing to the romanticism of Jamison’s story telling and delicate string work instead.

The debut LP from Henry Jamison, titled The Wilds, is out October 27th via Akira Records.

Henry Jamison begins touring for the next month, with several other artists, beginning in Montreal on August 24th:

North America

Co-headline with Gracie & Rachel

Aug 24 – Montreal, QC – Brasserie Beaubien

Aug 25 – Toronto, ON – The Drake Hotel

Aug 26 – Chicago, IL – Schubas Tavern

Aug 29 – Philadelphia, PA – World Café Live

Aug 30 – Washington, DC – Songbyrd

Sep 08 – Portland, ME – One Longfellow Square

Sep 09 – Elizabethtown, NY – Otis Mountain Getdown

Sep 10 – Allston, MA – Great Scott

Sep 12 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge

Sep 14 – Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg Theater

Sep 15 – San Francisco, CA – Café Du Nord

Sep 17 – Burlington, VT – Grand Point North Festival


Supporting Mt. Wolf

Sep 28 – Berlin, DE – Privat Club

Sep 29 – Hamburg, DE – Nochtspeicher

Sep 30 – Rotterdam, NLD – V11

Oct 01 – Amsterdam, NLD – Sugar Factory

United Kingdom

Co-headline with Rosie Carney

Oct 05 – London, UK – Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

Oct 07 – Birmingham, UK – Ort Café

0ct 08 – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club

Oct 09 – Manchester, UK – Night & Day Cafe

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