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Wilco's Jeff Tweedy Announces Solo LP 'Warmer', Shares Video For New Single Family Ghost

Tuesday, 09 April 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Wilco's Jeff Tweedy has announced the release of a new solo LP.

'Warmer' serves as a companion album to last year's 'Warm' and is set to arrive on April 13 via dBpm Records as a limited Record Store Day vinyl exclusive. It was recorded and produced during the same sessions as 'Warm' at Wilco's Chicago studio, The Loft.

Tweedy has also shared the 'Warmer' lead single, Family Ghost, which comes with a psychedelic lyric video, viewable below along with the full 'Warmer' tracklist and artwork. Tweedy said:

"At some point I separated the songs from the 'Warm'/'Warmer' session into two records with individual character, but still tried to keep the overall tone and texture of the combined session consistent. In a lot of ways these two records could have been released as a double LP. 'Warmer' means as much to me as 'Warm' and might just as easily have been released as the first record of the pair."

Tweedy is currently on the road supporting 'Warm' and tours with Wilco later in the year.

'Warmer' tracklist:

1. Orphan
2. Family Ghost
3. And Then You Cut It in Half
4. Ten Sentences
5. Sick Server
6. Empty Head
7. Landscape
8. Ultra Orange Room
9. Evergreen
10. Guaranteed

Jeff Tweedy Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue April 09 2019 - NEW YORK New York - Town Hall New York (USA)
Wed April 10 2019 - WASHINGTON District of Columbia - Lincoln Theatre DC (USA)
Fri April 12 2019 - SAVANNAH Georgia - Lucas Theatre (USA)
Sat April 13 2019 - DECATUR Georgia - Amplify Decatur/Decatur Square (USA)
Sun April 14 2019 - CHATTANOOGA Tennessee - Walker Theatre Chattanooga (USA)
Tue April 16 2019 - LOUISVILLE Kentucky - Headliners Music Hall Louisville (USA)
Wed April 17 2019 - CINCINNATI Ohio - Cincinnati Music Hall Ballroom (USA)
Thu April 18 2019 - CHAMPAIGN Illinois - Virginia Theatre - Il (USA)

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