Justin Townes Earle premiered a video for the song “Maybe a Moment” via Billboard. The accompanying article states that the video “is a bit of a blast from the past for the singer-songwriter.” “Maybe a Moment,” along with the previously released songs “Champagne Corolla” and “Faded Valentine,” is featured on his upcoming album, Kids in the Street, due out May 26 via New West Records. Watch the video below and see Justin Townes Earle on tour.
Hoops‘ new album, Routines, is now streaming in full via Hype Machine. The accompanying article writes that the album “refines their melodic, blissed-out sound without curtailing its charm.” Routines is due out May 5th via Fat Possum Records. Listen to the album below and see Hoops on tour.
Jason Isbell premiered a new track, “Cumberland Gap” via Noisey. The accompanying article writes, “Jason Isbell is one of the few people I trust to tell a story honestly and with compassionate critique. He is nothing but not brutally honest about himself and the rest of the world.” This track and the previously released track, “Hope The High Road,” appear on their upcoming album, The Nashville Sound, due out June 16 via Southeastern Records. Listen to the track below and see Jason Isbell on tour.
The Head and the Heart appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night. They performed “All We Ever Knew,” off their latest album Signs of Light, available now via Warner Bros. Records. Watch the performance below and see The Head and the Heart on tour.
Bonnie “Prince” Billy‘s new album, Best Troubador, is now streaming in full via NPR Music. The accompanying article praises it as “a sprawling and heartfelt tribute that reaches across [Merle] Haggard’s discography.” The album, which features the previously released track “Mama Tried,” is due out May 5th via Drag City. Listen to the album below and see Bonnie “Prince” Billy live.