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Joseph Arthur Video Streams – Can’t Exist

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‘Shadows is as good as music gets.’ Rolling Stone Chris Rubin’s No.1 Album of the year

‘Magical and masterful, Our Shadows Will Remain is Arthur’s latest masterpiece.’ Chicago Tribune

‘Right from the start of Our Shadows Will Remain, Joseph Arthur re-establishes his position as one of our most emotionally revealing and talented singer-songwriters.’ Vanity Fair

Joseph Arthur is set to release his new album Our Shadows Will Remain in the UK through 14th Floor Records on July 11, 2005. Our Shadows Will Remain has taken the US by storm since the album’s release in late 2004, with numerous inclusions on ‘Best of 2004’ lists at publications such as Entertainment Weekly, The Wall St. Journal, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Sun-Times and The New York Post. The single ‘Can’t Exist’ will precede the album’s release on July 4th. Widely regarded as one of the most exciting and unique live performers in the US – in the last few months Arthur has supported Wilco, Coldplay and REM - Arthur has announced a full UK tour in July following sell out shows at London’s 100 Club and Metro in May. The tour will include London’s 93 Feet East on July 20 and V Festival on August 20 & 21st.

Tour dates:
July 19 Bristol, Louisana £7 0117 929 9008
July 20 London, 93 Feet East £9 0871 2200 260
July 21 Birmingham, Glee Club £7 0870 241 5093
July 23 Stockton, Georgian Theatre £6/£7 0164 286 0068
July 24 Edinburgh, Cabaret Voltaire £6 0870 0600 100
July 25 Manchester, Night & Day £7 0871 220 0260
July 27 Liverpool, Academy £6 0870 771 2000
July 28 Northampton, Soundhaus £6 0115 912 9000

Our Shadows Will Remain is the highly anticipated follow-up to Joseph Arthur’s acclaimed 2002 recording, Redemption’s Son. The new recording is at once Arthur’s most concise, focused work to date, and arguably the one that most clearly reveals the breadth of his imagination. Arthur attributes much of the new album’s particularity to the context in which he wrote and recorded it. Late last year, following the release of Redemption’s Son, Arthur chose to abandon the familiar surroundings in which he typically created his music - his apartment/home studio on East 22nd Street in Manhattan. He put virtually all of his belongings into a storage unit in New York and headed for New Orleans, taking not much more than his clothes, his guitar, and rough demos of 10 or 12 new songs. Seven or eight weeks later, Arthur had written some of the most ambitious and richly orchestrated songs of his career.

Since the release of his debut, Big City Secrets, Arthur has occupied a place among the most respected underground rock singer-songwriters. That album provoked Alternative Press to call him, ‘One of the last true artists left in the world.’ Entertainment Weekly named Arthur’s second album, Come To Where I’m From, the No.1 album of 2000. In The UK, Uncut wrote, ‘a musician who weaves words, guitars and a whole heap of discordant sounds into songs that hang around head long after they finish. An American original.’ Whilst Dazed & Confused declared, ‘Awesome… beautifully crafted songs in the vein of Tom Waits.’ His critical profile was raised further with the release of Redemption’s Son, which made numerous critics’ 'Best of 2002' lists, the Sunday Times deemed the album ‘A classic.’

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