February 27, 2009 14:01

Juliette Lewis previews new album online

She will perform new tracks at SXSW next month

Juliette Lewis previews new album online
Juliette Lewis has previewed a number of songs from her brand new album online.

Lewis, who will be releasing her new album under the name Juliette Lewis (as opposed to Juliette & The Licks), has apparently embarked on a brand new sound for the album, which was recorded in Brooklyn and Mexico.

Among the tracks previewed on her MySpace/juliettelewis page are the bluesy ‘Hard Lovin’ Woman’, the fashion-week inspired ‘Fantasy Bar’ and the prog-rockish ‘Romeo’.

Lewis will perform her new material at the upcoming South By Southwest in Austin, plus has sets scheduled at the San Diego Indie Fest in March, and Rock AM Ring in Germany in June.

--By our New York staff.
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