Jeff Tweedy Readies 'Together at Last' Solo Album
The record features solo acoustic recordings of songs from Wilco, Loose Fur and Golden Smog
Published Apr 13, 2017Jeff Tweedy leaned into his hushed, acoustic side with Wilco's Schmilco last year, and he is now set to stick to the blueprint with a new solo album. Titled Together at Last, Tweedy's new LP arrives on June 23 through Wilco's own dBpm.
Running 11 tracks in length, Together at Last finds Tweedy reworking classic Wilco tunes in a solo acoustic style, in addition to cuts from other Tweedy projects Loose Fur and Golden Smog. The album was recorded in January of last year, with Tom Schick handling engineering and mixing while Bob Ludwig handled mastering.
Along with the album announcement, Tweedy shared an acoustic version of a song titled "Laminated Cat," which comes from Loose Fur's debut LP. The songwriter played in that band with Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche and Jim O'Rourke.
Together at Last is available for pre-order in a variety of formats here. Read through the tracklisting to hear the reworked "Laminated Cat" in the player below.
Together at Last:
1. Via Chicago
2. Laminated Cat
3. Lost Love
4. Muzzle of Bees
5. Ashes of American Flags
6. Dawned on Me
7. In a Future Age
8. I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
11. I'm Always in Love
12. Sky Blue Sky