After promising a myriad of new developments throughout 2019, Sargent House artist Emma Ruth Rundle has begun unveiling her grand plans for the new year. The first of many is a batch of solo sets in support of Thou in March and April. The three-week jaunt will also include collaborative sets in select cities, as well as a special set at Roadburn Festival in the Netherlands. Later, Rundlewill spend the month of May touring alongside post-rock titans MONO in North America. A full tour itinerary can be found below.
The hypnotic sounds and immersive storytelling of Jaye Jayle comes to life on a short film titled “No Trail,” which premieres via Clash Music today (or directly on YouTube). This album piece follows the release of the excellent No Trail and Other Unholy Paths LP which came out earlier this year via Sargent House.
As anticipation for Emma Ruth Rundle’s new album swells, the artist has premiered its powerful, propulsive second single, “Darkhorse” today — listen to the track now and read about its influences via Consequence Of Sound’s ORIGINS series.
No Trail and Other Unholy Paths, the wickedly original new album from Jaye Jayle is officially released today via Sargent House, and is now streaming in its entirety. Jaye Jayle are also supporting Emma Ruth Rundle on forthcoming live dates that were announced this week alongside new album news – see the full listings below.
As the opulent melodrama of Emma Ruth Rundle’s Marked For Death (2016, Sargent House) has settled into stillness, the singer-songwriter has teased the next chapter of her oeuvre. Today, Emma Ruth Rundle has announced her forthcoming tertiary full-length album, On Dark Horses, and has premiered its first single; a poised, heavy-pulsed meditation on a life lived piecemeal titled “Fever Dreams.” Along with the new track, Rundle has announced that she’ll be hitting the road this fall—dates can be found below.
Jaye Jayle, the Evan Patterson-led Americana-noir project have premiered another new single from the new full-length, No Trail and Other Unholy Paths. The slow burning synth track – “As Soon As Night” has premiered via The Quietus, where Evan remarks “’As Soon As Night’ is the most enjoyable song to perform on the album. Originally, I called it ‘The Break Up Song.’ The words are very clear. If there’s any confusion maybe give the song another listen, maybe a little louder this time, and let the sounds just spiral around the story.”