I’m With Her announce debut album See You Around

The trio also share a new track ahead of their UK shows in January and May 

Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O’Donovan of I’m With Her have announced the release of their full-length debut See You Around, out 16 February 2018. Co-produced by Ethan Johns (Ryan Adams, Laura Marling, Paul McCartney) and the band, and recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in Bath, England, See You Around is a 12-track LP filled with finespun narratives and breathtaking harmonies.

In addition, the band have announced a UK headline tour for May 2018 and a special show at London’s Bush Hall in January.

See You Around is comprised of eleven originals, written by the band in Los Angeles and Vermont, plus the never before released Gillian Welch-penned Hundred Miles. With each member playing guitar and handling various aspects of the instrumentation— including fiddle and ukulele for Watkins, mandolin and banjo for Jarosz, piano and synth for O’Donovan—the band cut most of the album live, performing just a few feet away from each other in the tracking room.

Check out the title track for the record below:

“We all feel immensely fortunate to be in this band together,” says I’m With Her. “As longtime friends and fans of each other’s music, it’s been wonderful to realize that writing and collaborating together fits so seamlessly into our lives. And now, we’re so excited to get to tour and share the work we’ve done as a band with our debut album, See You Around.”

Here’s those 2018 UK dates:

30 January – Bush Hall, London
14 May – Sage Two, Gateshead
15 May – Band On The Wall, Manchester
16 May – The Station, Bristol
17 May – Union Chapel, London

 

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