NEW Junip=Jose Gonzalez + friends LISTEN to Fields at NPR NOW!

Junip, the Gothenburg Sweden-based rock trio – fronted by acclaimed singer/songwriter/guitarist José González – debuts Fieldson NPR’s ‘First Listen’ today. Fields can be heard in its entirety on the NPR website through the September 14th release date.

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Junip was formed in the late '90s by drummer Elias Araya, singer and guitarist José González, and organ and moog player Tobias Winterkorn.
The early critical response to the band has been glowing. Pitchfork gave the Rope & Summit EP an 8.0 rating, saying that the music favors “simplicity and shade while retaining the uncluttered sonic arranging that so often serves as a trademark of González’s…we won’t have to wait long to hear more from Junip, and if it holds serve from Rope, the only disappointment will be that González could’ve been holding out on us for too long.” Under the Radar said, “González purists will not be able to resist the charms of Junip,” while the Seattle Weekly called them “stellar.”
Junip will be bringing their intimate atmospherics back stateside in the fall. The complete itinerary is below. The opening band for all the dates except Washington, DC and New York will be Sharon Van Etten.

11/1--World Cafe--Philadephia, PA
11/2--Royale Nightclub--Boston, MA
11/4--Belmont--Montreal, QUE
11/5--Lee's--Toronto, ONT
11/6--Lincoln Hall--Chicago, IL
11/7--Cedar Cultural Center--Minneapolis, MN
11/10--Neumos--Seattle, WA
11/11--Venue--Vancouver, BC
11/12--Doug Fir Lounge--Portland, OR
11/13--The Independent--San Francisco, CA
11/14--Music Box At The Henry Fonda--Los Angeles, CA
11/16--Rhythm Room--Phoenix, AZ
11/18--Mohawk--Austin, TX
11/19--Fitzgeralds--Houston, TX
11/20--Spanish Moon--Baton Rouge, LA
11/21--The Earl--Atlanta, GA
11/22-Cat's Cradle--Carrboro, NC
11/23--Black Cat--Washington, DC
11/24--Irving Plaza, New York City, NY

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