New York-based, indie folk, singer songwriter Greg Jacquin debuts his new single ‘Store Policy.’

Today, New York-based, indie folk, singer songwriter Greg Jacquin debuts his new single “Store Policy.” Substream Magazine announced his upcoming East Coast tour dates, highlighting his LP Release Show at Rockwood Music Hall on 2/15 and exclusively premiered the track, praising, “‘Store Policy’ is tender and sweet from its very first note. Jacquin’s guitar chords are warm and inviting, and the piano line is simple and sweet.” “Store Policy” is the third single off his forthcoming LP, Clocks Slow Down, out on Friday, February 15th. Jacquin has announced East Coast tour dates in support of the album, and will be celebrating on release day with a performance at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall. See below for all his upcoming dates. Clocks Slow Down LP is out February 15th on all streaming platforms. 

Greg Jacquin and bandmates Paul Griffin (piano, keys, vocals), Rich Berta (guitar, vocals), Peter Wilson (drums) and Lalit Loomba (bass) recorded Clocks Slow Down, a beautiful collection of eleven original songs. The album is a sprawling statement of sadness and hopelessness, pain and suffering, rebuilding and self-discovery, with a dash of politics and humor, too. This time around, Jacquin enlisted another impressive crew of musicians for the album, including Andrew Bordeaux on violin and guitar, Jim Keyes and organ and electric piano and Sarah Browne on vocals. The album was recorded by Fred Gillen Jr. (Pete Seeger) at Woody’s House in Croton, NY, and mastered by Scott Hull (John Zorn, Snarky Puppy, Loudon Wainwright III, Uncle Tupelo, Edie Brickell, Ani DiFranco) at Masterdisk. The album art is by Ian Felice (The Felice Brothers).

All songs were written by Jacquin, eliciting collaboration with a variety of artists and bandmates. “Store Policy” and “Time Again” saw Lalit Loomba & Jacquin team up in their writing process, “Coffee” was written by Greg Jannacone and Jacquin, “Too Hungry For Dinner” and “Highways & Hotels” was written by Paul Griffin.

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