Vinyl LP Featuring Wilco's Frontman Jeff Tweedy!
Jeff Tweedy releases, WARM, a solo album of all new material via dBpm Records. WARM was produced and recorded entirely by Jeff at Chicagos now legendary studio, The Loft (with help from some of his usual collaborators Spencer Tweedy, Glenn Kotche and Tom Schick). WARM follows the acoustic retrospective release, Together at Last (2017), and Wilcos 2016 album, Schmilco. The incredible liner notes for WARM were written by George Saunders.
That audience is part of the impetus behind Tweedy's new solo LP, Warm. "Jeff is our great, wry, American consolation poet," George Saunders wrote in the liner notes, now published in the New Yorker. "Jeff told me once that what he's trying to communicate to his listener is, 'You're O.K. You're not alone. I'm singing to you, but I also hear you.'"
"It's hard not to feel a little conflicted about aging in tandem with a musical hero. But Wilco founder Jeff Tweedy, now nearly a rock elder statesperson, aims to soothe his longtime listeners into bittersweet midlife with his latest and aptly named solo album, Warm. Consider it a respite from the cold, cruel realities of the modern world, where Tweedy envelops you with cozy acoustic ring of his guitars, delivering straightforward sentiments...without a hint of triteness. Himself a survivor of depression and drug addiction, Tweedy has become masterful at reflective, empathic lyrics that avoid self-pity... Warm feels like a conversation with a cherished old friend and is much cheaper than therapy." - Pam Torno, The Absolute Sound, March 2019
• Vinyl LP
1. Bombs Above
2. Some Birds
3. Don't Forget
4. How Hard It Is For A Desert To Die
5. Let's Go Rain
6. From Far Away
7. I Know What It's Like
8. Having Been Is No Way To Be
9. The Red Brick
10. Warm (When The Sun Has Died)
11. How Will I Find You?