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PJ Bond Streams New Track ‘Everglades’‏ + Announces European summer tour in June 2015

April 15, 2015

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PJ BOND

European summer tour in June 2015
Stream new track ‘Everglades’ from second
album Where Were You? out 4 May 2015 on Xtra Mile Recordings.

PJ Bond will be returning to Europe for a string of dates in June 2015. Tour dates are below and full UK tour will be announced soon.

 The tour will celebrate the release of his new album Where Were You?, out 4 May 2015, which you can preorder on CD or for download here as well as from Amazon, and Google Play.

You can also listen to a stream of ‘Everglades’, giving you another angle on PJ Bond’s diverse tale-telling from the new album. A song that speaks of murder and infidelity, it’s sung with a nod and a wink that is either amusing or even more sinister, depending on your ears.

 Listen to ‘Everglades

June 2015 European tour dates:

02 Vienna, Austria @ Das Bach

03 Graz, Austria @ Sub

04 Salzburg, Germany @ Shakespeare

05 Rohrschach, Switzerland @ Treppenhaus

07 Zurich, Switzerland @ El Dorado Bar

10 Bern, Switzerland @ Café Marta

12 Turbigo, Italy @ TBA

14 Lyon, France @ Kraspek Myzik

16 Leuven, Belgium @ Vleugel F

20  Holzerath, Germany @ Mini Festival

21 Regensburg, Germany @ TBA

22 Berlin, Germany @ Cassiopeia

23 Leipzig, Germany @ Kulturcafe Manfred

24 Würzburg, Germany @ Kurt und Komisch

25 Hannover, Germany @ Garden Show

26 Bielefeld, Germany @ Plan B

PJ Bond has been compared to Elliott Smith, Micah P Hinson, and Wilco, while his new album reveals all the bombast and ambition of someone who has listened to a fair amount of Dylan or Springsteen, and dreamed.

 He’s spent years travelling and playing to everyone he could, essentially homeless, while recording a heap of songs including for the breakout solo release You Didn’t Know I Was Alphabetical.

Talking about signing with Xtra Mile, PJ said:

Xtra Mile is one of the rare labels where it seems that they put out music that they truly believe in, and are not so much constrained by genre that they’ll question whether or not it is a ‘good idea’. This approach by clearly music-loving people is what drew me most to XMR, and was supported by everyone with whom I spoke about them. Honesty, respect, heart, these are the common threads. All in all, I think I’ve found a lovely home.”

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