New Release & Video: Gill Landry – Skeleton At The Banquet / I Love You Too

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Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gill Landry returns with his new single, ‘I Love You Too’. The track is taken from Landry’s upcoming fifth solo studio album Skeleton At The Banquet and is accompanied by a new video.

“I Love You Too is about a man who’s not in touch with himself,” explains Landry. “The video was shot on one (and perhaps the only) sunny day in West Sussex this fall. It came from the mind and work of my talented and masterful friend Ross Sterling and his wonder crew, and it features my friend Milli Proust along with her world of flowers.”

Watch the video for ‘I Love You Too’, below…

Originally from Louisiana, Landry started out as a busker on the streets of New Orleans before becoming a member of Old Crow Medicine Show with whom he recorded 4 albums and toured from 2004 to 2014. Since then he’s released 4 solo albums to critical acclaim, featuring such artists as Laura Marling, Brandi Carlile, Klara Söderberg (First Aid Kit), The Felice Brothers and Karen Elson amongst many others.

Skeleton At The Banquet is Gill Landry’s fifth solo studio album and the follow-up to 2017’s Love Rides A Dark Horse. “This album is a series of reflections and thoughts on the collective hallucination that is America,” he tells us. “With a love song or two thrown in for good measure. I wrote it from within the refuge of a small flat, in a small village in western France where I spent last summer. I found it to be a good place for seeing the forest through the trees, so to speak.”

The album was recorded and produced in Los Angeles by Landry and Seth Ford-Young (Tom Waits, Edward Sharpe). It features Landry on vocals, guitars, pedal steel, keys & harmonica, Seth Ford-Young on bass, Josh Collazo on drums, Stewart Cole on trumpet and Odessa Jorgensen on violin.

‘I Love You Too’ is out on 22 November. Skeleton At The Banquet will be released 24 January 2020 via Loose.


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