Joe Pug announces The Flood In Color for 7/19 release

by Woody on July 16, 2019

Somehow it feels longer than four years since Joe releases an album. Yet after listening to the first two tracks, our first session with Joe back in 2008 feels like it was yesterday. He’s one of the best songwriters around and I’m happy that he’s got a new album coming out in two weeks. Here’s some info from the PR team.

Joe Pug’s new record “The Flood In Color” is nearly four years in the making. But that betrays the fact that the making of the album was one of the most natural and rewarding processes of his career. Produced by Kenneth Pattengale of the Milk Carton Kids and engineered by Matt Ross-Spang , the album started with the goal of focusing on the simplicity of musicians playing together, live, in the same room. Recently relocating back to his childhood home in Prince Georges County, Maryland after many years spent in Chicago and Austin, Pug wanted take a new approach. The partnership with Pattengale proved to be an irresistible opportunity to do just that.

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