Jagjaguwar Reissues Julie Doiron Debut

Jagjaguwar Reissues Julie Doiron Debut
The good folks at Jagjaguwar know good taste when they hear it, and that often means Canadian indie rock. Alongside some killer jams from the Besnard Lakes, Black Mountain, Ladyhawk, Lightning Dust, and Sunset Rubdown, the label has also made itself the U.S. home for most of Julie Doiron’s solo work, starting with 2001’s Desormais.

Come July 22, however, they’ll complete the catalogue with a reissue of Loneliest in the Morning, Doiron’s solo debut first released by Sub Pop in 1997. The reissue will include three non-album tracks: "Second Time,” from a split seven-inch with Snailhouse, and "Who Will Be the One” and "Too Much” from the seven-inch she recorded with the Wooden Stars.

Julie Doiron will be playing some summer dates with her reunited old band, Eric’s Trip. The dates include stops at the Sub Pop 20th Anniversary Festival in Seattle and at Sackville, New Brunswick’s Sappy Festival, where she will also be performing solo.

Eric’s Trip tour dates:

7/7 Calgary AB, The Warehouse
7/8 Edmonton AB, Starlite Room
7/10 Vancouver BC, The Plaza
7/11 Victoria BC, Sugar Nightclub
7/13 Seattle WA, Sub Pop Party
8/1 to 3 Sackville NB, Sappy Festival (w/ Julie Doiron solo)