Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers
Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers

Welcome 2 Club XIII, DBT’s 14th studio album, marks a sharp departure from the trenchant political commentary of their last three records. A reckoning with the dualities of the things that make you alive and how they sometimes can kill you. A life affirming flashlight for the dark nights of one’s soul. The title track is a tongue in cheek homage to a local dive that founding members Cooley and Hood played in the early days. As they say in the song “Our glory days did kinda suck”.

Drive By Truckers

Welcome 2 Club XIII

ATO Records
Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers
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Released 10/06/2022Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers
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Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers
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180 Gram Black Vinyl.

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Released 03/06/2022Catalogue Number

ATO0601LP

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Drive By Truckers

Welcome 2 Club XIII

ATO Records
Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers
LP+

£23.99£17.99

sale

Cherry Red with Black Swirl

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 400 copies
Released 10/06/2022Catalogue Number

880882469511

Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers
CD

£11.99

Released 03/06/2022Catalogue Number

ATO0601CD

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Welcome 2 Club XIII by Drive By Truckers
LP

£22.99

180 Gram Black Vinyl.

Black
Released 03/06/2022Catalogue Number

ATO0601LP

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Welcome 2 Club XIII, DBT’s 14th studio album, marks a sharp departure from the trenchant political commentary of their last three records. A reckoning with the dualities of the things that make you alive and how they sometimes can kill you. A life affirming flashlight for the dark nights of one’s soul. The title track is a tongue in cheek homage to a local dive that founding members Cooley and Hood played in the early days. As they say in the song “Our glory days did kinda suck”.