Jeffrey Foucault Announces Blood Brothers Album

Jeffrey Foucault will release his new album Blood Brothers on 22nd June via Blueblade Records. A departure from the darkness of his last outing, the excellent Salt As Wolves,  and featuring contributions from Tift Merrit and Milk Carton Kids’ Kenneth Pattengale, Blood Brothers sets blues aside to pull together strands of country, R&B, gospel, rock’n’roll, and folk in a series of delicate small-canvas portraits. With an … Continue reading Jeffrey Foucault Announces Blood Brothers Album

New Album From Jeffrey Foucault

Salt As Wolves, the title of the new album from Jeffrey Foucault is a line from Othello describing boldness; a fitting title to frame a record of blues played bold and loosely, without rehearsal or cant. With his fifth collection of original songs Foucault continues to quietly build a deep, resonant catalogue of songs about love, memory, God, desire, wilderness and loss. The first track available … Continue reading New Album From Jeffrey Foucault

Jeffrey Foucault’s Horse Latitudes

We first discovered Jeffrey Focault through his collaboration with Mark Erelli on the excellent dusty murder ballads album Seven Curses – one of those on a whim purchases because we liked the cover, that paid off handsomely. We since discovered he has an extensive back catalogue of work and is much revered by peers and contemporaries. So this is the title track to his forthcoming … Continue reading Jeffrey Foucault’s Horse Latitudes