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Punch Brothers' "Who's Feeling Young Now?" Out Now on Vinyl; Watch Three Songs from NYC Record-Release Show

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2012
    Punch Brothers' "Who's Feeling Young Now?" Out Now on Vinyl; Watch Three Songs from NYC Record-Release Show

    Punch Brothers' new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, was released on CD and digitally last month to great critical acclaim and is now available on vinyl, starting today. The LP comes on two discs of 140-gram, audiophile-quality vinyl and includes four additional Punch Brothers–penned tunes available exclusively on the vinyl album: "Roses Blooming in the Dark," "Moonshiner," "Knock Me Down," and "Shh, Just Let Me Do This." Nonesuch Store orders also include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the original album's 12 tracks at checkout: ten songs written by Punch Brothers, with the band’s friend Josh Ritter co-writing lyrics on two tunes, plus the group’s take on the Swedish group Väsen’s “Flippen" and what the New York Times calls a "mind-boggling cover of Radiohead’s 'Kid A.'" To pick up a copy of Who's Feeling Young Now? on vinyl, head to the Nonesuch Store now.

    To celebrate the CD's release last month, Punch Brothers gave a special invitation-only record-release show at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City. As noted in the Nonesuch Journal, The New Yorker website premiered the first official video clip from the concert, the album's opening track, "Movement and Location," earlier this month. That performance and two others from the Rockwood show—"Clara" and the album's title track, "Who's Feeling Young Now?"—are now available below and at nonesuch.com/media.

    You can also watch these and other recent Punch Brothers performances, including multiple sets from last week's SXSW music conference, recent radio appearances on WFUV and The Current, the band's take on Bob Dylan's "Señor" with Dierks Bentley on The Ellen Show, in the Punch Brothers playlist on the Nonesuch Records’ YouTube channel at youtube.com.

    Who’s Feeling Young Now?
     

    Clara

    Movement and Location

on March 20, 2012 - 12:20pm
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Punch Brothers' new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, is now available on vinyl. The LP comes on two discs of 140-gram, audiophile-quality vinyl and includes four additional Punch Brothers–penned tunes available exclusively on the vinyl album. To celebrate the CD's release last month, Punch Brothers gave a special invitation-only record-release show at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City; watch three songs from the set here: "Movement and Location," "Clara," and "Who's Feeling Young Now?"

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Punch Brothers' new album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, was released on CD and digitally last month to great critical acclaim and is now available on vinyl, starting today. The LP comes on two discs of 140-gram, audiophile-quality vinyl and includes four additional Punch Brothers–penned tunes available exclusively on the vinyl album: "Roses Blooming in the Dark," "Moonshiner," "Knock Me Down," and "Shh, Just Let Me Do This." Nonesuch Store orders also include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the original album's 12 tracks at checkout: ten songs written by Punch Brothers, with the band’s friend Josh Ritter co-writing lyrics on two tunes, plus the group’s take on the Swedish group Väsen’s “Flippen" and what the New York Times calls a "mind-boggling cover of Radiohead’s 'Kid A.'" To pick up a copy of Who's Feeling Young Now? on vinyl, head to the Nonesuch Store now.

To celebrate the CD's release last month, Punch Brothers gave a special invitation-only record-release show at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City. As noted in the Nonesuch Journal, The New Yorker website premiered the first official video clip from the concert, the album's opening track, "Movement and Location," earlier this month. That performance and two others from the Rockwood show—"Clara" and the album's title track, "Who's Feeling Young Now?"—are now available below and at nonesuch.com/media.

You can also watch these and other recent Punch Brothers performances, including multiple sets from last week's SXSW music conference, recent radio appearances on WFUV and The Current, the band's take on Bob Dylan's "Señor" with Dierks Bentley on The Ellen Show, in the Punch Brothers playlist on the Nonesuch Records’ YouTube channel at youtube.com.

Who’s Feeling Young Now?
 

Clara

Movement and Location

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012 - 09:30
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Punch Brothers: "Who's Feeling Young Now?" [cover]

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