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Album artwork for What's New, Tomboy? by Damien Jurado

What’s New, Tomboy? is an album that seeks respite in bare minimums and barren revelations: sometimes frail, sometimes affirming, sometimes wry, and usually a threadbare mix of all those sentiments. It could be considered Damien Jurado’s finest collection of music to date, with songs exuding the inviting warmth of a lone porch light gleaming amidst the disorienting darkness. Though more stripped and grounded in their execution, songs like Sandra, Ochoa and Alice Hyatt are generous and candid in their vocabulary, eschewing the sometimes abstruse imagery of Jurado’s previous releases. “There is no hiding on these tracks.” Though What’s New, Tomboy? is the first Damien Jurado record that ends with a question mark, he has never sounded more assured and content in giving up his ghosts: “I’m only living sentences // That were long before I got here.”

Damien Jurado

What's New, Tomboy?

Loose Music
Album artwork for What's New, Tomboy? by Damien Jurado
LP

£21.99

Black
Released 01/05/2020Catalogue Number

VJLP255

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for What's New, Tomboy? by Damien Jurado
CD

£12.99

Released 01/05/2020Catalogue Number

VJCD255

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Damien Jurado

What's New, Tomboy?

Loose Music
Album artwork for What's New, Tomboy? by Damien Jurado
LP

£21.99

Black
Released 01/05/2020Catalogue Number

VJLP255

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for What's New, Tomboy? by Damien Jurado
CD

£12.99

Released 01/05/2020Catalogue Number

VJCD255

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

What’s New, Tomboy? is an album that seeks respite in bare minimums and barren revelations: sometimes frail, sometimes affirming, sometimes wry, and usually a threadbare mix of all those sentiments. It could be considered Damien Jurado’s finest collection of music to date, with songs exuding the inviting warmth of a lone porch light gleaming amidst the disorienting darkness. Though more stripped and grounded in their execution, songs like Sandra, Ochoa and Alice Hyatt are generous and candid in their vocabulary, eschewing the sometimes abstruse imagery of Jurado’s previous releases. “There is no hiding on these tracks.” Though What’s New, Tomboy? is the first Damien Jurado record that ends with a question mark, he has never sounded more assured and content in giving up his ghosts: “I’m only living sentences // That were long before I got here.”