Prolific singer-songwriter ​Jeffrey Foucault embraces the darker, more somber aspects of Americana and folk on his tenth album, Salt As Wolves. Haunting tracks like "Blues For Jessie Mae" and "Paradise" feature the sort of sparse, elegiac arrangements that Foucault has made his calling card, and which has endeared him to artists like Don Henley, who has covered "Everybody's Famous" from Foucault's 2011 release Horse Latitudes in his live show. Foucault has tour dates booked from now into next year, which can be found on his site.



Salt As Wolves is due out on October 16 and can be pre-ordered here.

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