Photo Credit: Shervin Lainez
Rachel Eckroth will release When It Falls on October 19 and today debuts the third video leading to the album with “Strangest Dream”, which premiered at PopMatters.
Directed by Derek A Welte, “Strangest Dream” is inspired by grooves and textures of Beck and Fink and features Derek Trucks playing an angry solo as well as ethereal harmonies from Carlos Ricketts from John Mayer’s band. The video matches the track title… super trippy and dream-like.
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Perhaps better known as a jazz keyboardist, Eckroth evokes the aura of the late David Bowie, experimental rockers Can and perhaps a great, lost David Lynch soundtrack. Featuring guitarists Trucks and Doyle Bramhall II, drummers Matt Chamberlain, Gary Novak and Sterling Campbell, and bassist/producer/husband Tim Lefebvre (David Bowie/Tedeschi Trucks Band), the album explores sonic areas far removed from the singer’s early work.
Rachel Eckroth starts her tour next week — both on her own with Lefebvre and Bowie compatriot Gerry Leonard, and later opening for Rufus Wainwright (where Eckroth will also be playing in the band). A full list of tour dates can be found below and you can pre-order When It Falls HERE.
Rachel Eckroth Tour dates:
Oct 11 – New York, NY @ Rockwood Music Hall
Oct 18 – Napa, CA @ Blue Note Napa
Oct 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Blue Whale Jazz Club
Oct 22 – Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
Oct 25 – San Diego, CA @ Bread & Salt
Nov 09 – Los Angeles, CA @ Orpheum Theatre *
Nov 10 – San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic *
Nov 12 – Portland, OR @ Aladdin Theater *
Nov 14 – Seattle, WA @ The Moore Theatre *
Nov 17 – Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theater *
Nov 20 – Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre *
Nov 22 – Toronto, ON @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre *
Dec 04 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre *
Dec 05 – Boston, MA @ Emerson Colonial Theatre *
Dec 07 – Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theatre *
Dec 08 – Bethesda, MD @ Strathmore *
Dec 10 – Charlottesville, VA @ The Paramount Theatre *
Dec 11 – Nashville, TN @ The CMA Theatre *
Dec 12 – Atlanta, GA @ Atlanta Symphony Hall *
* w/ Rufus Wainwright