JOSEPH RELEASE GOOD LUCK, KID – “A RALLYING CRY AND CELEBRATION” (NYLON) – TODAY ON ATO RECORDS
“[They] blend their voices in the eerily close way that only siblings seem able to accomplish”
– NPR MUSIC
“A rallying cry and a celebration of the determination and angst that has pulled us all through these toxic times” – NYLON
“Upbeat, anthemic” – BROOKLYN VEGAN
“Dark folk-pop that will make you cry (in the best, most cathartic way possible)” – PAPER
“An uplifting stronghold” – PASTE
“writing love songs and lullabies for our place in modern history” – BILLBOARD
“it’s the biggest, boldest, most realized thing Joseph… have ever released” – PASTE
(Toronto ,ON – September 13, 2019) – Today, Portland-bred sister trio Joseph release their new album Good Luck, Kid, via ATO Records. The new album is a road movie in album form, an odyssey at turns emotional, existential, and entirely literal. With their intimate storytelling and restless intensity, Natalie Schepman and her sisters Allison and Meegan Closner detail that journey into songs that careen, sprawl and often soar, as it spins a narrative of life-changing transformation.
Listen/ share Good Luck, Kid here: http://smarturl.it/goodluckkid
Joseph’s live video of “Green Eyes” is out today. Backed by a full band, the epic and uplifting reflection on love and the open road is bolstered by Joseph’s intensely dynamic sound as each sister’s voice falls perfectly into harmony.Watch/share the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFkOQsQQHAc
The “Green Eyes” lyric video is a retro-futuristic trip to the edge of the Earth featuring the sisters in Speed Racer-inspired animation cruising coolly through purple skies and neon green moonlight.Watch/ share the lyric video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTmENEvkp64
Joseph and their full band are set to headline their biggest rooms yet on tour this fall; full routing below.In the making of Good Luck, Kid, Joseph deliberately strayed from the dreamy folk of their 2016 debut ‘I’m Alone, No You’re Not,’ giving way to a far grittier and more dynamic sound. Produced by Christian “Leggy” Langdon (Meg Myers, Charlotte OC), the result is a nuanced breed of pop and rock built on thick drums and lustrous guitars, heavy grooves, and radiant melodies. Despite that bolder sonic palette, ‘Good Luck, Kid’ remains centered on the band’s crystalline vocal work, including the otherworldly harmonies that suggest a near-telepathic connection among sisters.
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