Julie Doiron Announces 'So Many Days' Album
A press release for the album explains that the song cycle was written between Montreal, Sackville and Toronto over the last three years. The record serves as the third part in a trilogy started up with 2007's Woke Myself Up and followed by 2009's I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day. Once again, friend and former Eric's Trip bandmate Rick White produced the record.
There's still a month to go before the disc drops, but Doiron has offered up soft country strummer "By the Lake" to whet your whistles in the meantime. You can check it out in the stream down below, where you'll also find a few Canadian tour dates. You can also stream the Julie Doiron & the Wrong Guys' 7-inch here.
So Many Days:
1. Cars & Trucks
2. By The Lake
3. Can't Make It No More
4. Another Second Chance
5. Our Love
6. Where Are You?
7. The Only
8. I Thought I Could Do It
9. The Gambler
10. Beneath The Leaves
12. Last Night I Lay In Bed
9/21 Vancouver, BC - The Biltmore (Olio Festival)
9/27 Halifax, NS - Spatz Theatre *
9/28 Fredericton, NB - Wilmot Church *
10/12 Moncton, NB - Empress Theatre
10/14 Toronto, ON - The Danforth Music Hall ^
10/30 Toronto, ON - The Mod Club (So Many Days Album Release Show) %
* with Great Lake Swimmers
^ with Ben Gibbard
% with The Grapes of Wrath
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