Photo: Colin Medley

ANDY SHAUF signs to ANTI- and ARTS & CRAFTS; NPR premieres new track "Jenny Come Home"

Yesterday, NPR announced that Andy Shauf has signed to Anti-, joining an eclectic roster of artists that includes Wilco, Deafheaven, Tom Waits, Neko Case and the Milk Carton Kids. Shauf has concurrently signed with Arts & Crafts for Canada.

The announcement included a stream of new single "Jenny Come Home," which is now available for sale on iTunes or stream-style via YouTube.

On Monday October 19th, Andy's BBC Maida Vale session will air on Huw Stephens' BBC1 program beginning at 5pm Eastern / 10pm UK time; tune in here to hear the band play from the studio that birthed John Peel's famed Peel Sessions, engineered by Simon Askew (Paul Weller, Matthew Sweet, Radiohead, Iron Maiden).

Shauf finishes up a busy year of touring the US release of The Bearer of Bad News with appearances at Halifax Pop Explosion and Iceland Airwaves in the coming weeks, as well as a solo run supporting Low.

October 23 - HALIFAX, NS - Halifax Pop Explosion
October 27 - MONTREAL, QC - Bar Le Ritz
October 28 - TORONTO, ON - Adelaide Hall
October 29 - ST. CATHARINES, ON - Detour Music Hall
November 7 - REYKJAVIK, IS - Iceland Airwaves Festival
November 11 - MINNEAPOLIS, MN - First Avenue * 
November 12 - OMAHA, NE - Reverb Lounge * 
November 13 - DENVER, CO - Larimer Lounge * 
November 14 - SALT LAKE CITY, UT - The Complex * 
November 16 - LOS ANGELES, CA - Troubadour * 
November 18 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Great American Music Hall * 
November 20 - PORTLAND, OR - Doug Fir Lounge * 
November 21 - SEATTLE, WA - Crocodile * 
* with LOW

photo: Colin Medley

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