COWBOY JUNKIES SHARE NEW VIDEO FROM INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED NEW ALBUM, ALL THAT RECKONING

WATCH AND SHARE “MOUNTAIN STREAM” HERE

ALL THAT RECKONING LP OUT NOW VIA LATENT RECORDINGS

WORLD TOUR DATES CONTINUE OCTOBER 10

“Over 30 years into their career, ‘All That Reckoning’ shows Cowboy Junkies in peak form, adding another inspired, alluring album to their repertoire.” - Associated Press

“From acoustic warmth to electric rage, all their strengths are here, with Margo Timmins continuing to display a striking ability to sound at once reassuring and battle-scarred. Few other groups have maintained an unchanged lineup for more than three decades while cultivating such a devoted fan base and managing to keep the industry at arm’s length.”
- The Montreal Gazette

“All That Reckoning is all the more surprising for how relevant it sounds, for how well it surveys our current climate, most crucially for how it suggests that the band’s defining traits—the quiet vocals, the erratic guitars, the menacing mid-tempo jams—are specifically calibrated to speak to this very moment.” - BGS

“For over three decades now, Michael Timmins has been a master storyteller and poet” - Domionated

“it’s equal parts tenderness and edge, sensual and beautifully disturbing."  - 5 Stars, MOJO

“Expertly demonstrating what makes ‘All That Reckoning’ such an essential part of Cowboy Junkies discography. … simple, passionate and visceral.”  - Exclaim!

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PHOTO CREDIT : Heather Pollock // DOWNLOAD HIGH-RES

Today, Cowboy Junkies are sharing the new video for “Mountain Stream” from their latest album, All That Reckoning, out now via Latent Recordings. "The song is an allegory about aging...about lost dreams and missed opportunities,” says Michael Timmins. “It's based on the William Blake poem ‘The Angel’ and like the poem, it is set in a dream state. So I wanted the video to reflect that dream state...I think Lynne Kittredge (video director) captured the mood perfectly in her inimitable style".

WATCH AND SHARE “MOUNTAIN STREAM” HERE

All That Reckoning is a collection of songs that encourages the listener to take notice. It also may be the most powerful album Cowboy Junkies have yet recorded. AP claimed that the album shows the band “in peak form, adding another inspired, alluring album to their repertoire,” MOJO called it “equal parts tenderness and edge, sensual and beautifully disturbing," while Exclaim! said it was “an essential part of Cowboy Junkies discography. … simple, passionate and visceral.”

Anyone who has been following Cowboy Junkies’ three decade-long journey knows the band has always traveled on its own path. In 1988, Cowboy Junkies proved that there was an audience waiting for something quiet, beautiful, and reflective. The Trinity Session was like a whisper that cut through the noise -- and it was compelling. All That Reckoning is the follow up to 2013’s Polaris Music Prize Long-Listed The Kennedy Suite and with it Cowboy Junkies once again gently shake the listener to wake up.

WATCH AND SHARE “SING ME A SONG” HERE

WATCH AND SHARE “THE THINGS WE DO TO EACH OTHER” HERE

LISTEN AND SHARE “ALL THAT RECKONING PART I” HERE

COWBOY JUNKIES TOUR DATES
Oct 10 - Kingston, ON - The Grand Theatre
Oct 11 - Ottawa, ON - Shenkman Arts Centre
Oct 12 - Guelph, ON - River Run Centre
Oct 13 - Burlington, ON - Burlington Performing Arts Centre
Oct 14 - Blyth, ON - Blyth Memorial Community Hall
Oct 19 - Markham, ON - Flato Markham Theatre
Oct 20 - Collingwood, ON - Historic Gayety Theatre
Nov 9 - Glasgow, UK - Mitchell Theatre
Nov 10 - Manchester, UK - RNCM
Nov 11 - London, UK - Bridge Theatre
Nov 14 - Hamburg, DE - Kulturkirche Altona
Nov 15 - Berlin, DE - Passionkirche
Nov 18 - Leuven, BE - The Depot
Nov 19 - Den Hag, NL - Paard

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COWBOY JUNKIES SHARE NEW VIDEO, ALL THAT RECKONING OUT TOMORROW

WATCH AND SHARE “SING ME A SONG” HERE

ALL THAT RECKONING LP OUT JULY 13 VIA LATENT RECORDINGS

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES CONTINUE JULY 18, MORE CANADIAN DATES ADDED

“...it’s equal parts tenderness and edge, sensual and beautifully disturbing." - (5/5) MOJO

"...beauty, sadness, frustration and (an) overall musical and lyrical creativity"
- (4/5) American Songwriter

"...simple, passionate and visceral" - Exclaim!

“From acoustic warmth to electric rage, all their strengths are here, with Margo Timmins continuing to display a striking ability to sound at once reassuring and battle scarred.”
- Montreal Gazette

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PHOTO CREDIT : Heather Pollock // DOWNLOAD HIGH-RES

Tomorrow, Cowboy Junkies’ latest LP, All That Reckoning, officially hits the store shelves. Today, the band is sharing the new video for “Sing Me A Song”. “In the confusing swirl of the times it seemed that I needed a song that declared something positive, something that shouted out the words Love, Joy, Forgiveness,” says Michael Timmins. “And then I wrote the B sections of the song and all that Love, Joy and Forgiveness seemed to to get swept away....must be my age, must be the times.”

WATCH AND SHARE “SING ME A SONG” HERE

Out this Friday via Latent Recordings, All That Reckoning is a collection of songs that encourages the listener to take notice. It also may be the most powerful album Cowboy Junkies have yet recorded.

All That Reckoning was written in places that look out upon water and trees...the songs are about, empty hearts, empty nests, lost paths, lost lives, and all the reckoning that brings about the end of things, and the beginnings of something else. While the Cowboy Junkies music is characteristically easy to listen to, the songs on All That Reckoning are visceral. In true Junkies fashion, the gentleness is juxtaposed with rock that can be jarring.

Anyone who has been following Cowboy Junkies’ three decade-long journey knows the band has always traveled on its own path.  In 1988, Cowboy Junkies proved that there was an audience waiting for something quiet, beautiful and reflective. The Trinity Session was like a whisper that cut through the noise -- and it was compelling. All That Reckoning is the follow up to 2013’s Polaris Music Prize Long-Listed The Kennedy Suite and with it Cowboy Junkies once again gently shake the listener to wake up.

WATCH AND SHARE “THE THINGS WE DO TO EACH OTHER” HERE

LISTEN AND SHARE “ALL THAT RECKONING PART I” HERE

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DOWNLOAD HIGH-RES

ALL THAT RECKONING TRACKLIST
01 All That Reckoning Part 1
02 When We Arrive
03 The Things We Do To Each Other
04 Wooden Stairs
05 Sing Me A Song
06 Mountain Stream
07 Missing Children
08 Shining Teeth
09 Nose Before Ear
10 All That Reckoning Part 2
11 The Possessed

COWBOY JUNKIES TOUR DATES
July 18 - Lexington, MA - Cary Hall
July 19 - Martha’s Vineyard, MA - Old Whaling Church
July 20 - Portsmouth, NH - The Music Hall
July 22 - New York NY - City Winery
July 23 - New York, NY - City Winery
July 24 - New York, NY - City Winery
July 26 - Alexandria, VA - The Birchmere
July 27 - Easton, MD - Avalon Theatre
July 28 - Bethel, NY - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Aug 17 - Haliburton, ON - Forest Festival 2018
Oct 10 - Kingston, ON - The Grand Theatre
Oct 11 - Ottawa, ON - Shenkman Arts Centre
Oct 12 - Guelph, ON - River Run Centre
Oct 13 - Burlington, ON - Burlington Performing Arts Centre
Oct 14 - Blyth, ON - Blyth Memorial Community Hall
Oct 19 - Markham, ON - Flato Markham Theatre
Oct 20 - Collingwood, ON - Historic Gayety Theatre
Nov 9 - Glasgow, UK - Mitchell Theatre
Nov 10 - Manchester, UK - RNCM
Nov 11 - London, UK - Bridge Theatre
Nov 14 - Hamburg, DE - Kulturkirche Altona
Nov 15 - Berlin, DE - Passionkirche
Nov 18 - Leuven, BE - The Depot
Nov 19 - Den Hag, NL - Paard

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COWBOY JUNKIES REVEAL TIMELY NEW VIDEO FOR “THE THINGS WE DO TO EACH OTHER”

WATCH AND SHARE “THE THINGS WE DO TO EACH OTHER” HERE

ALL THAT RECKONING LP DUE OUT JULY 13 VIA LATENT RECORDINGS

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES CONTINUE JULY 6, MORE CANADIAN DATES ADDED

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PHOTO CREDIT : Heather Pollock // DOWNLOAD HIGH-RES

Today, Cowboy Junkies share “The Things We Do To Each Other”, the latest track off their upcoming album. The song’s poignant lyrics, and accompanying video directed by Evan Cameron, comment on the fragile state of the world. “It is the oldest tactic in the playbook of social control,” says Michael Timmins. “Create a culture of fear and then begin to manipulate that fear to distract, divert, and divide. Unfortunately, the end result is that fear usually turns to hate and hate is a human emotion that is impossible to predict and control.”

WATCH AND SHARE “THE THINGS WE DO TO EACH OTHER” HERE

Due out July 13 via Latent Recordings, All That Reckoning is a collection of songs that encourages the listener to take notice. It also may be the most powerful album Cowboy Junkies have yet recorded.

All That Reckoning was written in places that look out upon water and trees...the songs are about, empty hearts, empty nests, lost paths, lost lives, and all the reckoning that brings about the end of things, and the beginnings of something else. While the Cowboy Junkies music is characteristically easy to listen to, the songs on All That Reckoning are visceral. In true Junkies fashion, the gentleness is juxtaposed with rock that can be jarring.

Anyone who has been following Cowboy Junkies’ three decade-long journey knows the band has always traveled on its own path.  In 1988, Cowboy Junkies proved that there was an audience waiting for something quiet, beautiful and reflective. The Trinity Session was like a whisper that cut through the noise -- and it was compelling. All That Reckoning is the follow up to 2013’s Polaris Music Prize Long-Listed The Kennedy Suite and with it Cowboy Junkies once again gently shake the listener to wake up.

LISTEN AND SHARE “ALL THAT RECKONING PART I” HERE

CJ_LP_cover_ATR.jpg

DOWNLOAD HIGH-RES

ALL THAT RECKONING TRACKLIST
01 All That Reckoning Part 1
02 When We Arrive
03 The Things We Do To Each Other
04 Wooden Stairs
05 Sing Me A Song
06 Mountain Stream
07 Missing Children
08 Shining Teeth
09 Nose Before Ear
10 All That Reckoning Part 2
11 The Possessed

COWBOY JUNKIES TOUR DATES
July 6 - Albuquerque, NM - ABQ Biopark Zoo
July 8 - Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater
July 9 - Fort Collins, CO - The Armory
July 18 - Lexington, MA - Cary Hall
July 19 - Martha’s Vineyard, MA - Old Whaling Church
July 20 - Portsmouth, NH - The Music Hall
July 22 - New York NY - City Winery
July 23 - New York, NY - City Winery
July 24 - New York, NY - City Winery
July 26 - Alexandria, VA - The Birchmere
July 27 - Easton, MD - Avalon Theatre
July 28 - Bethel, NY - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Aug 17 - Haliburton, ON - Forest Festival 2018
Oct 10 - Kingston, ON - The Grand Theatre
Oct 11 - Ottawa, ON - Shenkman Arts Centre
Oct 12 - Guelph, ON - River Run Centre
Oct 13 - Burlington, ON - Burlington Performing Arts Centre
Oct 14 - Blyth, ON - Blyth Memorial Community Hall
Oct 19 - Markham, ON - Flato Markham Theatre
Oct 20 - Collingwood, ON - Historic Gayety Theatre
Nov 9 - Glasgow, UK - Mitchell Theatre
Nov 10 - Manchester, UK - RNCM
Nov 11 - London, UK - Bridge Theatre
Nov 14 - Hamburg, DE - Kulturkirche Altona
Nov 15 - Berlin, DE - Passionkirche
Nov 18 - Leuven, BE - The Depot
Nov 19 - Den Hag, NL - Paard

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