Prolific singer/songwriter Juliana Hatfield will return April 28th with her latest solo album Pussycat. We’ve already heard its first single, an ode to getting along despite the odds called “Impossible Song”, and now, she’s sharing its second track, “Wonder Why,” which you can stream below. Continue reading →
Juliana Hatfield is responding to last year’s presidential election the best way she knows how: with an album full of new songs and a couple of live dates. “Impossible Song” is the first we’re hearing from Pussycat, a hopeful story of finding common ground and being kind to each other despite a difference in beliefs.
Veteran singer-songwriter Juliana Hatfield will return to the Boot and Saddle stage this April, bringing with her a new LP called Pussycat — her first solo album since 2013’s Wild Animals.
In the time since, she reunited her old band The Juliana Hatfield 3 — which played B&S in March of 2015 — and collaborated with Paul Westerberg on a project called The I Don’t Cares. According to a statement, Pussycat was inspired by the presidential election. “All of these songs just started pouring out of me. And I felt an urgency to record them, to get them down, and get them out there.” Continue reading →
The Juliana Hatfield Three headline the first of two nights at Boot & Saddle tonight. Returning to the original line-up from the early nineties, the band released its first record in over two decades with this year’s Whatever, My Love. The current tour, though, is billed as a celebration of the 21st anniversary of Become What You Are and has the group performing their seminal debut in its entirety. Pick up tickets for tonight’s 21+ show here (tomorrow night is already sold-out) and watch their video for the classic “Spin the Bottle” below.
Nearly two decades after their hit 1993 album Become What You Are, The Juliana Hatfield 3 have reunited and released Whatever, My Love, through Connecticut label American Laundromat Records. Though Hatfield herself has released an outstanding string of solo work over the years, some of her biggest hits (“My Sister,” “Spin The Bottle”) are from that album with The Three. And as we heard in the album – released last Tuesday and streaming on the American Laundromat website – it sounds like the trio hasn’t missed a beat. Continue reading →
After 21 years, The Juliana Hatfield Three has recorded their first new album, Whatever, My Love, out February 17th. Though Hatfield herself has released several outstanding solo albums over the years – including 1998’s Bed, 2005’s Made In China and 2013’s Wild Animals – this album is the first she’s made with the band that made Become What You Are in 1993, and its propulsive tempos and distortion-pedal riffs play as perfectly today as Become did 22 years ago. The JH3 plays a sold out show at Boot & Saddle on Tuesday, March 3rd; tickets are still available for a second show on Monday, March 2nd, and more information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →
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Wow. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 21 years since the Juliana Hatfield Three released their 1993 debut album Become What You Are. After Hatfield’s first band, Blake Babies split, she released a solo album in 1992, and in 1993 – along with Todd Phillips and Dean Fisher – formed the trio.
Their one and only album spawned the hit song “My Sister,” and songs from it like “Supermodel,” “Spin The Bottle,” and “This Is The Sound,” became modern rock favorites. Jangly, super melodic and sounding as good as ever, The Julian Hatfield Three just released their first new song, “If I Could,” from the forthcoming album, Whatever, My Love. With it comes a tour, and a stop at Boot & Saddle on Tuesday, March 3rd. Continue reading →