Julie Doiron, Fred Squire and Attack in Black's Daniel Romano Emerge with New Collaborative Full-Length
Published Nov 03, 2009This summer, Canadian indie rockers Julie Doiron, Fred Squire and Attack in Black's Daniel Romano convened in Sackville, NB for a recording session in Squire's garage. Together, the group quickly crafted simple acoustic arrangements of traditional folk songs, ending up with a new album under the moniker Daniel, Fred & Julie.
With instrumentation entirely made up of two guitars and three-part harmonies, the ten-song collection was recorded live-to-tape without the luxury of overdubs or edits, and it was all done in just two days. As well as folk standards, the album contains two original songs: "Runner" and "Your Love," both written by Romano.
The trio's self-titled album will be released on December 1 via You've Changed and will come with the below tracklisting.
Daniel, Fred & Julie:
1. "The Gambler and His Bride"
3. "I Dream of Jeanie"
4. "No One Knew My Name"
5. "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum"
6. "Down by the Weeping Willow"
7. "Bonnie Black Bess"
9. "Your Love"
10. "Johnny Sands"