April is shaping up to be a fine month for musical releases. Sun Kil Moon and Portishead are releasing new albums, and now, I’ve just found out that Woven Hand will be releasing Ten Stones next month as well (exact date TBA). Sounds Familyre has more:
This April, David Eugene Edwards takes to the road and sets the stage for the release of Ten Stones, the follow-up album to his extraordinary Mosaic. For this unique set of shows, Edwards is joined by the masterful Ordy Garrison on percussion to create an otherworldly sound that is stripped-down, driving, immediate, potent. The fourth full-length release under the moniker Woven Hand, Ten Stones is produced by Edwards and Daniel Smith (Danielson), engineered by Smith and Emil Nikolaisen (Serena Maneesh), and features the formidable talents of Peter Van Laerhoven (guitar), former 16 Horsepower bandmate Pascal Humbert (bass), Garrison (drums), Nikolaisen (guitar), and Danielson’s Elin K. Smith (vocals).
There are also some tourdates listed, including one in Des Moines, Iowa on April 19.
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