Jesse Harris unveils new album details

Norah Jones/Bright Eyes collaborator readies new disc

New York singer-songwriter Jesse Harris has unveiled details of his seventh solo album ‘Feel’, set for release in July.

Harris, who wrote the Grammy-winning song ‘Don’t Know Why’ for Norah Jones and has collaborated with Bright Eyes, recorded the album in just three days on the Lower East Side.

Featuring the tracks such as ‘Feel’, ‘You And Me’ and ‘How Could It Take So Long’, the album will come out just one month before the soundtrack to the new Ethan Hawke movie ‘The Hottest State’ on which acts such as Cat Power, Feist, Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris perform tracks penned by Harris.

Harris will preview material in various east coast cities next month:

He will play:

New York, NY The Living Room (May 1)

Philadelphia, PA The Tin Angel (2)

New York, NY The Living Room (8)

Philadelphia, PA The Tin Angel (9)

Northampton, MA The Iron Horse Music Hall (14)

New York, NY The Living Room (15)

Philadelphia, PA The Tin Angel(16)

New York, NY The Living Room (22)

Boston, MA The Regattabar (24)

New York, NY The Living Room (29)

‘Feel’ is release July 10.

–By our New York staff.

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