NEWS: Joan Shelley shares new single 'Home', ahead of new album The Spur

NEWS: Joan Shelley shares new single ‘Home’, ahead of new album The Spur

The Louisville, Kentucky singer-songwriter Joan Shelley continues to build upon her considerable reputation for producing consistently impressive folk and country music. Five albums into her recording career, Shelley will release The Spur, her sixth studio long player on the 24th of June through No Quarter records. Following the previously shared title-track, as well as her collaboration with Bill CallahanAmberllit Morning‘, and to further whet our appetite for the new record, she has just shared the third single to be taken from it.

‘Home’ is described as “a meditation on family and place accentuated by a driving rhythm and lovely guitar work from Nathan Salsburg and Shelley.”

The Spur was recorded in Kentucky and Chicago with Joan Shelley’s long-time collaborator James Elkington serving as producer. Further collaborators also include Meg Baird –  founding member of the Philadelphia psychedelic folk group Espers – and the British novelist Max Porter, along with Shelley’s musical partner and husband Nathan Salsburg.

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