The single is the first to be released from their forthcoming LP Willow, which is out 3/2.
“It is certainly an exhalation where the walls crumble away and the light is let in,” explains Sloppy Jane’s Haley Dahl of the track, “which feels both like being relieved and being overexposed, all at once”.
The band also announces the first half of their upcoming tour (with additional dates to be announced soon), kicking off with a record release party at The Glove in NYC and also heading down to Austin for SXSW. You can find a list of dates below:
3.7- The Glove (Record Release) – NYC w/ Shimmer
3.8- Little Grill – Harrisonburg, VA
3.10 – Third Man Records – Nashville, TN
3.11 – Issa House – New Orleans, LA w/ Waste Man
3.13- Transit Bicycle Co – Dallas, TX w/ Ed Schrader’s Music Beat
3.14 – Hotel Vegas (Desert Daze SXSW Official Showcase) – Austin, TX
3.15 – Paper Tiger – San Antonio, TX w / Buttertones, The Cowboys, Sports
3.17 – New Guild Co-Op (Invertebrate SXSW Unofficial Showcase) – Austin, TX
3.17 – Siren Sound (Official SXSW Showcase) – Austin, TX
3.20 – Arizona State College – Tempe, AZ
3.22 – Non Plus Ultra – Los Angeles, CA w/ Geneva Jacuzzi, Sabrina Is Not in This Chat,
* more dates to be announced
“ a strip club, a sitcom, a playground, and a house of God.”
Sloppy Jane is an 8-to-11 piece music project led by Haley Dahl out of Brooklyn, NY (originating in Los Angeles).
An ever-evolving lineup of players, friends, and collaborators.
Elements of the live show include: laughter, choir vocals, xylophone, saxophone, kazoo, television, slide whistle, vomiting blue dye, a naked body, a rotting suit, guitar, bass, drums, tambourine, ruby red slippers, violent shifts in genre and speed, a make-believe maestro, and a set that does not stop moving once it has started.
Sloppy Jane is releasing their debut LP, “Willow” on March 2nd and will be touring to SXSW, Los Angeles, and across the US. All songs were written by Haley Dahl and all instrumentation was written and performed by Haley Dahl and (significant collaborator who is not currently involved) Sara Cath in Joel Jerome’s studio in Los Angeles.
01. King Hazy Lady
03. Kitchen Store
04. Bark Like A God
05. King Mitis
06. In The Future It Was Me That Burned It Down
07. Where’s My Wife
08. La Cluster
09. Peroxide Beach
10. Potassium (We Saw Everything)