Monday, 17 November 2014
Howdy Folks!

Pickles, here, with some news that will surely change your life.

Without further ado - it gives me great joy to finally announce that we will very soon be announcing a new album, to be released early next year.  Unfortunately, at this time, none of us can tell you anything more about it. We do have vague memories of writing music with each other over the past two years and more recently recording with a very tall man, quite possibly T-Bone Burnett. Currently, we have nothing more concrete to share other than this BRAND NEW SONG, “I BLEW IT OFF.” We sincerely hope you like the music, and are super impressed by our collective ability to stand super still for this high concept music video:


We'll be in touch soon with more details, including how to pre-order, and also hopefully other info like the album title, track listing, etc. Be sure to keep an eye out for our next email (and on Facebook and Twitter), which Chris Thile has promised to write personally.

OK, enough with the name dropping, we have a massive North American (yes, you, too, Canada) tour to announce!  There are so many details on this tour that you're just going to have to visit the tour page to see the full list. There’s just no other way. Public tickets go on sale Friday but a limited pre-sale will start tomorrow at 10am local time. It’s against my best judgement to put sensitive password information in an email, but you’re going to need this for the pre-sale:

username: punchbrothers (if they ask)
password: pb2015tour

Every ticket purchased for this North American tour includes a digital download of the album on its release date early next year.

You may have missed this if you don't live and breathe our Facebook and Twitter (shame on you), but we'll be heading to the UK and Ireland in late January for a quick three-city run in Dublin, London, and Glasgow. We've just added a second night at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London on January 25. Tickets for the new date will go on sale this Friday.

Punch Brothers will be kicking back into high gear in January, so you must act fast if you’re still needing a 2014 fix for Chris “Critter” Eldridge & Paul Kowert unfettered by Gabe Witcher, Chris Thile, or me.  Critter will be performing music from his brand new album, Avalon, with Julian Lage at Symphony Center in Chicago on December 5th. Haas Kowert Tice, Paul’s new trio, a band that is so indie that they can’t afford punctuation, will be doing a midwest run in November and a West Coast tour in December!

We honestly can’t wait to share this new music with you all and we're hoping we’ll be seeing a lot of each other in 2015.  Stay tuned for more on the new album!

Best,

Noam, Chris, Critter, Gabe & Paul
» November 2017» October 2017» July 2017» June 2017» April 2017» March 2017» February 2017» January 2017» November 2016» June 2016» April 2016» March 2016» February 2016» December 2015» November 2015» October 2015» September 2015» August 2015» July 2015» June 2015» May 2015» April 2015» March 2015» February 2015» January 2015» December 2014» November 2014» October 2014» September 2014» August 2014» July 2014» June 2014» April 2014» March 2014» February 2014» December 2013» November 2013» October 2013» September 2013» August 2013» June 2013» April 2013» March 2013» February 2013» January 2013» December 2012» November 2012» October 2012» September 2012» August 2012» July 2012» June 2012» May 2012» April 2012» March 2012» February 2012» January 2012» December 2011» November 2011» October 2011» September 2011» August 2011» July 2011» June 2011» May 2011» April 2011» March 2011» February 2011» January 2011» December 2010» November 2010» October 2010» September 2010» August 2010» July 2010» June 2010» May 2010» April 2010» March 2010» February 2010» December 2009» November 2009» October 2009» September 2009» May 2009» February 2009» January 2009» November 2008» October 2008» August 2008» July 2008» June 2008» May 2008» April 2008» March 2008» February 2008