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Pitchfork, The New Yorker, The Guardian, Fader, & More on The Weather Station.

Pitchfork, The New Yorker, The Guardian, Fader, & More on The Weather Station.

Pitchfork had some nice thoughts about “Thirty”, the lead single from The Weather Station’s upcoming self-titled album: “Few songwriters capture these subtle, shared moments with such fluidity.” The Guardian Observer New Review wonders, “Is Tamara Lindeman Americana’s best-kept secret?” And The New Yorker’s Amanda Petrusich opines that it’s “a song that could take a punch to the face,” on “the new record I’m most excited about right now.”

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The Weather Station Announces New S/T Album via NPR Music + Fall Tour Details.

The Weather Station Announces New S/T Album via NPR Music + Fall Tour Details.

Pre-order The Weather Station’s self-titled fourth album, and hear “Thirty” via NPR Music’s All Songs Considered and a Pitchfork track review. Songwriter Tamara Lindeman’s most fully realized and forthright statement to date, The Weather Station is a work of profound urgency, artistic generosity, and joy. The band tours North America and the EU this fall.

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The Weather Station: The Weather Station (PoB-035)

The Weather Station: The Weather Station (PoB-035)

On her fourth (and tellingly self-titled) album as The Weather Station, Tamara Lindeman reinvents, and more deeply roots, her extraordinary, acclaimed songcraft, framing her precisely detailed, exquisitely wrought prose-poem narratives in bolder and more cinematic musical settings. The result is her most sonically direct and emotionally candid statement to date, a work of profound urgency and artistic generosity.

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The Weather Station Premieres Live at Massey Hall Concert Film.

The Weather Station Premieres Live at Massey Hall Concert Film.

Back in November 2015, The Weather Station played the venerable Massey Hall in Toronto. This Live at Massey Hall concert film, featuring many songs from Loyalty, captures the night beautifully.

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Mind Over Mirrors: Undying Color Release Day + Our First 100 Days.

Mind Over Mirrors: Undying Color Release Day + Our First 100 Days.

If you require a mind-expanding tonic to our national spell of ignorant, truculent insanity, the new Mind Over Mirrors album Undying Color is available today in your favorite record shops and online merchants, digital and physical alike. Listen, read critical acclaim for the album, learn about Secretly Group’s Our First 100 Days Project, and catch up on current and upcoming PoB tours.

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Summer/Fall Performance News: Hopscotch, Southern Accent, Tours, and More.

Summer/Fall Performance News: Hopscotch, Southern Accent, Tours, and More.

News about the release show for Nathan Bowles’ Whole & Cloven at the Center for the Study of the American South, as well as PoB artists at the Hopscotch Music Festival, the Southern Accent exhibition at the Nasher Museum of Art, and tour date updates from Hiss Golden Messenger, Itasca, Jake Xerxes Fussell, Nap Eyes, Promised Land Sound, Steve Gunn, and Terry Allen.

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The Guardian Features PoB & Friends.

The Guardian Features PoB & Friends.

Many thanks to Laura Snapes and The Guardian for this thoughtful piece on “Cosmic Americana,” which includes comments from, and about, PoB pals and collaborators like The Weather Station, Nathan Bowles, Steve Gunn, Hiss Golden Messenger, William Tyler, Chris Forsyth, Joan Shelley, Nathan Salsburg, Ryley Walker, and uh, us too. And of course, always, Jack Rose.

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The Weather Station Shares Short Film Sentiment and Memory.

The Weather Station Shares Short Film Sentiment and Memory.

Halfway through her European tour supporting Basia Bulat and Damien Jurado, and nearly a year after the release of her groundbreaking album Loyalty, Tamara Lindeman of The Weather Station is sharing an intimate behind-the-scenes look at her songwriting and creative process, touching on how personal experience, emotional ambiguity, and the influences of other artists inform her work. Thanks to Folk Radio UK for the premiere.

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PoB Spring/Summer Tour Update.

PoB Spring/Summer Tour Update.

As we bask in the new Spring and look ahead to the oncoming Summer, we’d like call your attention to the many chances you’ll have to see some of our artist’s road-dogging it through a town near you. We’d also like to take a moment to extend our warmest thanks to The American Association of Independent Music (A2IM) for nominating us as 2016 Label of the Year. We’re blushing.

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PoB Artists at SXSW 2016.

PoB Artists at SXSW 2016.

The behemoth known as SXSW is almost upon us, and several PoB artists will be joining the melee, including rare appearances by Lavender Country, both live onstage (with some special guests sitting in) and at festival world premiere screenings of the new documentary short These C*cksucking Tears. The Weather Station and Nap Eyes will also each be playing several shows.

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Goodbye, Goat; Hello, Monkey.

Goodbye, Goat; Hello, Monkey.

2015 (Year of the Goat) in all its splendor and magnificence is out the door, and 2016 (Year of the Monkey) is right around the corner. Seems only appropriate to reflect on things that were, round-up some additional year end list recognition, and propel us into this next age with some upcoming tour dates.

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Year-End Recognition for The Weather Station, Promised Land Sound, Nap Eyes, + James Elkington & Nathan Salsburg.

Year-End Recognition for The Weather Station, Promised Land Sound, Nap Eyes, + James Elkington & Nathan Salsburg.

‘Tis the season for lists; here’s a foretaste of what’s to come. The Weather Station ranks as Uncut’s overall #16, and Editor John Mulvey selects it as his #3, along with James Elkington & Nathan Salsburg at #58 and Promised Land Sound at #95. American Songwriter honors Promised Land Sound at #39 on their list.

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