Patrick Watson Announces New Album
Patrick Watson will release his new album, Adventures In Your Own Backyard, in April on Domino and Secret City Records. The album has two release dates, April 16 in Canada, continental Europe and Japan, and April 30 for the rest of the world.
According to Watson, the album is an effort on the band’s part to “make the kind of music we would want to listen to at home.” That is likely due to the fact that Wayson the album was recorded almost entirely in Watson’s apartment in Montreal.
Ahead of the official release, you can stream the first single and watch the video “Into Giants,” which features guitar work from fellow Montreal-based musician Brad Barr (The Slip, The Barr Brothers, Surprise Me Mr. Davis). Watson and his band will also appear at South By Southwest in Austin, TX in March, along with a variety of dates across Europe in April, and support dates with Andrew Bird in the US in May. The full tracklisting and list of dates can be found below.
Adventures In Your Own Backyard Tracklisting
03. Step Out For A While
04. The Quiet Crowd
05. Into Giants
06. Morning Sheets
07. Words In The Fire
08. The Things You Do
09. Strange Crooked Road
10. Noisy Sunday
11. Adventures In Your Own Backyard
12. Swimming Pools
March 14-17 Austin, TX—SXSW
May 03 Philadelphia PA—Union Transfer w/ Andrew Bird
May 04 New York NY—Beacon Theatre w/ Andrew Bird
May 06 Boston MA—House of Blues w/ Andrew Bird
May 08 Washington DC—The 930 Club w/ Andrew Bird
May 09 Baltimore MD—RamsHead Live w/ Andrew Bird
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