Burlington folk-pop singer Henry Jamison coming to The Fillmore Philly 1/17
Burlington folk-pop singer Henry Jamison, whose music Rolling Stone calls "dreamy," will be appearing live in concert on Thursday, January 17 with Guster in Philadelphia at The Fillmore Philly. After 80 million streams from his debut album alone, Henry will perform new songs from coming album 'Gloria Duplex' in addition to the songs that have earned him praise from Vice Noisey, Billboard, NPR's World Cafe, American Songwriter, and more, and saw him tour with the likes of Big Thief, Caroline Rose, and Nick Hakim last year. With an academic sensibility, 'Gloria Duplex' is a confrontation (and attempted rehabilitation) of Henry's own masculinity, a meditation and criticism of, in Henry's words, "the ways in which boys in our culture are recruited into a toxic fraternity, by each other, by their fathers." With help from collaborators including producer Thomas Bartlett (Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens, The National), Nico Muhly (Joanna Newsom, Nadia Sirota), Rob Moose (violinist for Bon Iver, Phoebe Bridgers), and mixer Patrick Dillet (Rhye, David Byrne), listen to first single "Gloria" HERE and watch him perform "The Jacket" below.
Read Henry discuss "Gloria's" origins with The FADER HERE
Pre-Order 'Gloria Duplex' here, set to release on February 8th on Akira records: henryjamison.com
Tickets for the upcoming show at Fillmore Philly on 1/17 can be purchased here:
Watch 'The Jacket' by Henry Jamison