Stream “Penn Station” from the Felice Brothers “Yonder is the Clock”!

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Spin.com has posted a stream of “Penn Station”, a song from the Felice Brothers’ upcoming album “Yonder is the Clock” (in stores April 7th).

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THE FELICE BROTHERS ANNOUNCE RELEASE OF “YONDER IS THE CLOCK”

Team Love Records is proud to announce the release of The Felice Brothers’ latest full-length, Yonder Is The Clock. Due out April 7th, the album is the follow-up to their critically acclaimed self-titled record released in 2008, which was their first for Team Love.

Yonder Is The Clock is the band’s fourth record, including their 2006 self-released debut Through These Reins and Gone and their 2007 release Tonight At The Arizona. With Yonder Is The Clock, the Catskill Mountain natives look to build upon the praise heaped upon them in the past.
“You won’t find more American music than that of The Felice Brothers,” wrote the New York Daily News. “With their wheezing accordions, broken-down pianos, flinty acoustic guitars and creaky vocals, the brothers capture the history – and mystery – of rural America.”

In February The Felice Brothers hit the road for a nine-date run with Old Crow Medicine Show, and continue on with headlining dates throughout the spring. Highlights include a record release party at the Bardavan Opera House in Poughkeepsie, NY on April 7th, and a swing through Austin, TX for SXSW 2009.

Titled with a phrase drawn from the pages of Mark Twain, Yonder Is The Clock is a nod to all of the American ghosts that lend their narrative and characters to the forthcoming release. The Felice Brothers studio was built from the remains of an abandoned chicken coop and it was there over the summer and fall of 2008 that they wrote and recorded this new collection of songs. The record is teaming with tales of love, death, betrayal, baseball, train stations, phantoms, pandemics, jail cells, rolling rivers and frozen winter nights.

As always, the band is incredibly excited to bring the new songs on the road in 2009 as they continue to take their compelling live act to people across the world. A defining memory of their exploits to date might be the scene that played out at their appearance at the 2008 Newport Folk Festival. When the power went out halfway through their set, without hesitation the band jumped down off the stage and gleefully kept on playing acoustic while stomping around in the mud that had formed on account of the ongoing downpour. It was another epic performance that drew upon the familiarity and casual ease of the backyard BBQ sessions that took place at their dad’s on Sunday afternoons during their first days as a group. The audience that day, like others before and after, left utterly converted.

Simone, Ian and James Felice are the three eldest boys from a family of seven, born carpenter’s sons in the wilds of New York’s Catskill Mountains. Their long time friends Christmas Clapton and Greg Farley round out the group.

In February The Felice Brothers hit the road for a nine-date run with Old Crow Medicine Show, and continue on with headlining dates throughout the spring.  Highlights include a record release party at the Bardavan Opera House in Poughkeepsie, NY on April 7th, and a swing through Austin, TX for SXSW 2009.
2009 Tour Dates

* = w/ Old Crow Medicine Show

FEBRUARY 2009

05 – Johnson City, TN – Freedom Hall*

06 – Winston-Salem, NC – The Millenium Center*

07 – Chattanooga, TN – Tivoli Theatre*

08 – North Charleston, SC – North Charleston Performing Arts Center*

10 – Gainesville, FL – The Venue*

11 – Tampa, FL – Tampa Theatre*

13 – New Orleans, LA – House of Blues*

14  – Oxford, MS – The Lyric Theatre*

15 – Memphis, TN – Minglewood*

MARCH 2009

13 – Rochester, NY – Water Street Music Hall

14 – Buffalo, NY – The Mohawk

15 – Nelsonville, OH – Stuart’s Opera House

16 – Indianapolis, IN – Radio Radio

APRIL 2009

07 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Bardavan Opera House

09 – Boston, MA – The Paradise

10 – Albany, NY – Valentines

11 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground

15 – Alexandria, VA – Birchmere Bandstand

16 – Philadelphia, PA – The Trocadero Theatre

17 – New York, NY – Webster Hall

18 – Northampton, MA – Pearl Street Nightclub

19 – Ringwood, NJ – New Legacy Concert Series at Ringwood Public Library

22 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls

24 – Louisville, KY – Headliner’s

25 – Nashville, TN – The Mercy Lounge

JULY 2009

17 – Somerset, KY – Master Musician Festival

25 – Floyd, VA – Floydfest