New Track from Dutchess and the Duke's Upcoming Release

August 27th, 2009

Sunrise_SunsetKimberly Morrison and Jesse Lortz, are due to release their second album, Sunrise/Sunset through Sub Pop sister label Hardly Art on October 6th. The sophomore effort continues their deep decent into the heart of folk rock, employing gracefully harmonized vocals, intimate rattlings of percussions and instrumentation that somehow teeters between minimalism and rogue wave. To whet the appetite for the coming feast, they have released this first single.

Backing the the release in October, the Dutchess and the Duke will play a West coast tour with a album release date here in Seattle Oct 9th at the Croc.

Posted by Kevin leDoux | Filed in MP3s, Music

5 Responses to “New Track from Dutchess and the Duke's Upcoming Release”

  1. August 27th, 2009 at 12:51 pm

    LB said:

    This is really good. And that cover photo is sweet.

  2. November 4th, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    Seattle Subsonic » Hardly Art Album Sampler – Download Now : Seattle's Music Blog said:

    [...] Their quiver already  includes several of our favorites both local and nat’l including Dutchess and the Duke, Talbot Tagora and Le Loup to name a few. [...]

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  5. January 19th, 2010 at 9:24 am

    Royal Treat at Ottobar « A Baltimore Block said:

    [...] the Dutchess. Plaintive harmonies and dark humor on display in tracks like Reservoir Park and Hands have earned comparison to early Stones. Lortz’s gritty lyrics, recorded for the Sub Pop album [...]

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