Jenn Grant Taps Ron Sexsmith, Rose Cousins, Sarah Harmer for 'Compostela'

Jenn Grant Taps Ron Sexsmith, Rose Cousins, Sarah Harmer for 'Compostela'
Just a few months after Jenn Grant brought out Buck 65 for a song on her Clairvoyant EP, the Canadian singer-songwriter has announced a new album featuring their "Spades" and additional collaborations with the likes of Ron Sexsmith, Sarah Harmer and more.

Titled Compostela, the album arrives October 21 through Grant's new label home, Outside Music. The artist tracked the set alongside producer/husband Daniel Ledwell at their Nova Scotia studio. A press release explains that the album is marked with "psychedelic folk" and the sounds of Spanish guitar, the latter owing to a trip to Barcelona in 2012. Additionally, the fifth full-length from Grant mixes flutes, harps, violins, congas, Wurlitzer, piano and lap steel into its 13-song tracklist.

Beyond the Buck 65-assisted "Spades," Compostela finds Grant joined by a number of notable artists including Harmer, Sexsmith, Rose Cousins, Don Kerr, Kim Harris, Stewart Legere, Justin Rutledge and Rachel Sermanni. A crowd at Wakefield, QC's Black Sheep Inn are also credited on "Spanish Moon," while Grant's brother adds vocals and charango to the set.

Below, you'll find a full tracklisting and a stream of Compostela's harp-plucking "No One's Gonna Love You (Quite Like I Do)" can be heard here. Also below, you'll also see Grant's Canadian tour schedule, which includes select dates with Matthew Barber.

Compostela:

1. Bombshell (ft. Doug Paisley)
2. Trailer Park  (ft. Sarah Harmer)
3. Spades (ft. Buck 65)
4. Stranger In The Night (ft. Rachel Sermanni)
5. Bring Me A Rose (ft. Justin Rutledge)
6. Barcelona (ft. Ron Sexsmith & Don Kerr)
7. No One's Gonna Love You [Quite Like I Do] (ft. Stewart Legere)
8.  Canadian Maple Grove
9.  Wild Animal
10. Spanish Moon 
11. American Man  (ft. Kim Harris)
12. Hummingbird (ft. Rose Cousins)
13. Mauve

Tour dates:

10/23 Charlottetown, PEI – Confederation Centre for the Arts
10/24 Margaretsville, NS – Evergreen Theatre
10/25 Truro, NS – Marigold Cultural Centre
11/01 St. Albert, AB – Arden Theatre
11/05 Vancouver, BC – CBC Studio 700 *
11/08 Banff, AB – Banff Centre*
11/14 Saskatoon, SK – Refinery *
11/20 Toronto, ON – Enwave Theatre
11/21 London, ON – Aeolian Hall
11/25 Montreal, QC – Petit Campus
11/26 Kingston, ON – Grad Club
11/27 Burnstown, ON – The Neat Café
11/28 Ottawa, ON – National Arts Centre
11/29 Ottawa, ON – National Arts Centre

* with Matthew Barber