Julie Doiron Drops “So Many Days” Oct.23 and kicks off National tour.
East Coast roots chanteuse Julie Doiron is on a carrier upswing with a recent signing to Aporia Records and the relapse of a ninth solo album.
Listen to “By The Lake” :
This latest release So Many Days documents a life always on the move, with pins dropped across eastern Canada as home bases in between a frantic touring schedule, the energy of a life in constant transition evident in the urgent but poignant songwriting. This album marks the completion of a trilogy of records produced by former Eric's Trip bandmate Rick White that began in 2007 with the critically acclaimed “Woke Myself Up”. The songs and albums that have already arrived from this collaboration are Canadian classics in their own right, and So Many Days is no exception: the dreamy folk of I Can Wonder's beautiful "Tailor" parallels So Many Days' melodic opus "By The Lake", the lo-fi, laid-back rock of Woke Myself Up's "The Wrong Guy" finds a counterpart in "I Can't Make It No More" on Days. Doiron and White seem to have a connection that can only come from a lifetime of friendship and performing: Accordingly, the results are almost telepathic, and seem effortless in their perfection. Julie Doiron Tour Dates
Oct 20 – Halifax, NS – St Matthews Church – Halifax Pop Explosion
* Oct 30 – Toronto, ON @ The Mod Club – “So Many Days” Album Release Show supporting The Grapes of Wrath
Nov 06 – Thunder Bay, ON @ The Apollo
Nov 09 – Saskatoon, SK @Amigo’s
Nov 10 – Edmonton, AB @ The Pawn Shop
Nov 11 – Calgary, AB @ Palomino Smokehouse
Nov 15 – Victoria, BC @ Lucky Bar
Nov 19 – Bruno SK, @ Bruno Arts Bank
Nov 20 – Regina, SK @ Artful Dodger
Nov 21 – Winnipeg, MB @ The Park Theatre