With the announcement that they will be supporting Matthew E. White on his North American tour, Wilsen have shared details of their new EP,…Read More
Like Nico’s, Jimmy Scott’s, or Phil Elverum’s, Joel Thibodeau’s is a voice that demands its own sonic and lyrical world, and with Island Intervals, his third record as Death Vessel (and second for Sub Pop), we’re treated to the sound of him finding a rich and strange new home among new friends in Iceland who probably saw him as a long-lost relative. Joel’s an inveterate and intuitive wanderer; when I met him years ago, he’d just spent a few months traveling the United States on Greyhound buses, sometimes sleeping rough, and making a record from found moments. I remember he had an otherworldly quality about him that I couldn’t quite name, like he’d just blown in on the wind (read more at Sub Pop).
Death Vessel is a project headed by Joel Thibodeau. While the group has featured a slew of guest musicians, it is entirely Thibodeau’s work (both as a solo artist and band leader). In the interim between his last record,Read More
Death Vessel’s Island Intervals will be released on February 24th in Europe & February 25th in North America via Sub Pop. You can now stream the second offering from the new record, “Mercury Dime” above. who had this to say about the track, “at its core, an old-timey folk song, but the shiny marimbas and swelling orchestration gives it an ethereal air’. And in case you missed it the first time around, you can also listen to the single “Ilsa Drown,Read More
Death Vessel has announced tour plans on behalf of Island Intervals, their forthcoming album available this February via Sub Pop. The band have been tapped by label mates Shearwater as main support for their upcoming headlining tour.Read More
Death Vessel album, Island Intervals! The 2014 follow-up to the band’s label debut (Nothing Is Precious Enough for Us) will be available worldwide on CD/LP/DL February 24th in Europe and February 25th in North America on Sub Pop. The 8-song album,Read More