NEW ALBUM ‘ALL THESE DREAMS’ – 26 JANUARY 2015 – LOOSE MUSIC
WATCH BELOW THE ‘NOTHING TO LOSE’ VIDEO
UK/EUROPE TOUR WITH JUSTIN TOWNES EARLEAll
ROUGH TRADE INSTORES
All These Dreams, the new album from acclaimed musician, songwriter and performer Andrew Combs, has been released this week on Loose Music.
To celebrate the release of the album, Andrew has made available a video for the second single taken off ‘All The Dreams’. ‘Nothing To Lose’ was directed by Tim Duggan, and it’s a black and white video with a vintage feel.
WATCH ‘NOTHING TO LOSE’ VIDEO:
Andrew Combs is currently touring with labelmate Justin Townes Earle on a series of winter European dates and, in April, will perform at the 2015 Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA. He’s also just added two Rough Trade instores in Nottingham and London.
Full dates here:
28 Jan HAMBURG, Nochtspeicher
29 Jan AMSTERDAM, Paradiso
30 Jan GRONINGEN, Oosterpoort
31 Jan ROTTERDAM, Rotown
01 Feb UTRECHT, Tivoli Vredenburg
03 Feb LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club
04 Feb NOTTINGHAM – Rough Trade – 5.30PM
04 Feb NOTTINGHAM, Glee Club
05 Feb BRISTOL, The Tunnels
06 Feb LONDON, Union Chapel
07 Feb LONDON, Rough Trade West – 6PM
Combs’ debut album, Worried Man, was released in 2012 on Chicago-via-Nashville indie label Coin Records. American Songwriter named the album one of the year’s best, while Southern Living praised Combs for being “well on his way to becoming a preeminent voice in his genre” and in the UK, Rough Trade Shops made Worried Man one of their Albums Of The Month. For the new album, Combs tapped Nashville producers Jordan Lehning and Skylar Wilson, who recently co-produced Caitlin Rose’s The Stand-In. Combs became familiar with the producers while supporting Caitlin Rose on her album-release tours in the U.S. and Europe. All These Dreams was recorded in Nashville with many of Combs’ long-time musical collaborators, including lead guitarist Jeremy Fetzer and pedal steel guitarist Spencer Cullum Jr. (of the instrumental duo Steelism) as well as bassist Mike Rinne, drummer Ian Fitchuk, and Lehning and Wilson on keyboards and percussion.
Andrew recorded a session for The Line of Best Fit last year before his performance at End of the Road Festival. You can watch it now below.
“a formidable talent who can swamp-rock it up with the best of them, and follow that with a delicate acoustic ballad, all wrapped in a honeyed, soulful, puppy dog voice that’s as memorable as the melodies.”
“…driving the ladies wild with Nashville charm, a story-teller’s approach, and a blend of classic country instrumentation…” – CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
“He’s got that swagger and still waters thing going on that hearkens back to the legendary Southern singer/songwriters of the seventies as well as the Canyon greats.” – THE LINE OF BEST FIT
“his songs have more muscle and grit than the folk troubadours of the Greenwich scene” – FOLK RADIO UK