Jamestown Revival Releases New Single “These Days”

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With a swaggering waltz, close harmonies, and a wealth of slide guitars, Jamestown Revival has perfectly encapsulated the dog days of feeling stranded by the events of the last two years in their brand new single, “These Days.” Straddling the line of good-time music and down-and-out feelings, “These Days” feels universal; a blurry memory of a worldwide shared experience, albeit a little closer to home for those who found themselves out of work for months on end. “‘These Days’ is about being down in the dumps, hamstrung, and unable to work,” say Jamestown Revival bandmates Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance. “The past year needs no introduction. As the months rolled on by, there were surely days when it felt like it got the best of us. We wrote this song on one of those days.” Fans can hear “These Days” now at this link.

“These Days” is the second song to be released from Jamestown Revival’s upcoming LP, Young Man. Produced and mixed by Robert Ellis and Joshua Block and bolstered by a thriving community of friends and musicians in Texas, Young Man is Jamestown Revival’s first project without electric guitars, with the emphasis instead on skillful songwriting, flawless harmony, and intricate fingerpicking. Showcasing most of the genres that collectively make up “Americana” music—folk, jazz, bluegrass, roots rock—sometimes all in one song, this upcoming album represents a distilled and pure Jamestown Revival at their finest. Young Man is due out January 14 and can be pre-ordered or pre-saved now right here.

Additionally, Jamestown Revival just announced a slew of new tour dates including Thalia Hall in Chicago and Nashville’s new Brooklyn Bowl. A full list of new dates, as well as previously announced tour stops, can be found below. Tickets can be purchased at jamestownrevival.com.

New Jamestown Revival Tour Dates:
Feb. 8 – Kansas City, MO. – Knuckleheads Saloon^
Feb. 9 – St. Louis, MO. – Delmar Hall^
Feb. 10 – Chicago, IL. – Thalia Hall^
Feb. 11 – Minneapolis, MN. – Fine Line^
Feb. 12 – Milwaukee, WI. – The Rave/Eagles Club – Rave II^
Feb. 14 – Pittsburgh, PA. – Mr. Smalls^
Feb. 15 – Detroit, MI. – St. Andrews Hall^
Feb. 16 – Lexington, KY. – The Burl^
Feb. 17 – Indianapolis, IN. – The Vogue^
Feb. 18 – Columbus, OH. – Columbus Athenaeum^
Feb. 19 – Nashville, TN. – Brooklyn Bowl^

Previously Announced 2022 Dates:
Jan. 14 – New Braunfels, TX. – Gruene Hall^
Jan. 16 – Tucson, AZ. – Rialto Theatre*
Jan. 17 – Solana Beach, CA. – Belly Up*
Jan. 18 – Solana Beach, CA. – Belly Up*
Jan. 19 – Santa Cruz, CA. – Catalyst*
Jan. 20 – San Francisco, CA. – The Fillmore*
Jan. 21 – Los Angeles, CA. – Fonda Theatre*
Jan. 22 – Sacramento, CA. – Ace of Spades*
Jan. 23 – San Luis Obispo, CA. – Fremont Theatre*
Jan. 25 – Salt Lake City, UT. – Commonwealth*
Jan. 26 – Steamboat Springs, CO. – Strings Music Pavilion**
Jan. 27 – Denver, CO. – Ogden Theatre*
Jan. 28 – Telluride, CO. – Club Red*
Jan. 29 – Ft. Collins, CO. – Aggie Theatre**
Jan. 30 – Aspen, CO. – Belly Up^
With Special Guests:
* Mipso & Robert Ellis
** Mipso
^ Robert Ellis

Young Man Tracklist:
1. Coyote
2. Young Man
3. Moving Man
4. Northbound
5. These Days
6. One Step Forward
7. Slow It Down
8. Way It Was
9. Old Man Looking Back
10. Working On Love