The Brothers Comatose Release New Merch
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The Brothers Comatose have stocked their online store with new shirts! Check out the Falcon T in men’s and women’s styles, plus a sweet Pie logo tank top for the ladies.

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New Langhorne Slim Shirts In Stock
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Head over to the Langhorne Slim store and get your hands on all of the new shirt designs. He’s always had some of the best-looking merch in the business and these new shirts continue that tradition.

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Jewel Returns With ‘Picking Up The Pieces’ on Sugar Hill Records
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She first appeared on the scene like a supernova and now Jewel is returning to the deep, personal territory and folk sound that made her one of music’s most exciting young voices when she released the transcendent Pieces of You.

Jewel will release her new album Picking Up the Pieces on Sept. 11, 2015 through Sugar Hill Records. She self-produced the 14-track LP – with her first producer, the late Ben Keith, always in mind – and hired a band comprised mostly of Neil Young collaborators to help her strip away the veneer she’d built up over two decades in the music business.

“This is just me. These are my thoughts. These are my feelings. This is my poetry,” Jewel said. “It really felt like returning to a part of me that I didn’t mean to lose, but with time and relationships and life and surviving and dealing, you take on new things and not all of them are great.”

The last five years have been full of change, both personal and creative, for the 41-year-old Alaska-born singer. Her 4-year-old son Kase was born, but her marriage fell apart. She wrote her memoir, Never Broken, and recorded a pair of children’s albums. Picking Up the Pieces captures some of these moments on “Love Used to Be” and “Mercy,” but also gathers longtime unrecorded live favorites like “Carnivore” and “Boy Needs a Bike.” The album also includes “My Father’s Daughter,” a stunning autobiographical collaboration with Dolly Parton.

Jewel said she wanted to make an album where she didn’t feel “diluted”: “I was trying to keep my mind quiet and honestly get back to something I feel like I’d lost touch with in my life. It was really an exercise in shutting out fear. I was giving myself permission to be exactly who and what I was.”

“It was time in my life to do this,” says Jewel, who Rolling Stone calls “one of the most richly idiomatic pop singers of her generation.” “I wanted the album to be purely an extension of my soul.”

Pre-order for the album is happening now. All orders receive an instant download of “My Father’s Daughter”, a track from the new album. Your link will be emailed to you after you’ve placed your order.

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