The wait is finally over, N.A.P. North American Poetry, the debut solo album from Juan Wauters, is out today.
Comprised of 12 tracks that are simultaneously introspective and outward looking, N.A.P. showcases this idiosyncratic musician's ability to craft infectious musical poetry with delightfully earnest relatabilty. From the gentle, rolling rhythm of first single "Water", to the sunny cadence of "Escucho Mucho", Wauters' has delivered an album that moves with effortless momentum, echoing times past, while looking to the future. It's music to start your year off right. Buy via Captured Tracks webstore
On February 16th at Baby's All Right Wauters will celebrate the release of the record with friends Households and La Rosas.
Looking forward to the Spring, he will head to Austin for SXSW and then join label mate Mac DeMarco for a string of dates in April. Those dates are below.
02/16 - Brooklyn, NY - Baby's All Right
03/31 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom*
04/02 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle *
04/03 - Detroit, MI - Magic Stick *
04/04 - Wakefield, QC - Blacksheep *
04/05 - Sherbrooke, QC - Boquébierè *
04/06 - Montreal, QC - Societe des Arts Technologiques *
04/07 - Cambridge, MA - Middle East Downstairs *
* w/ Amen Dunes & Mac DeMarco
04/10 - Durham, NC - Duke University Coffeehouse +
04/11 - Atlanta, GA - Goat Farm Arts Center +
04/12 - Baton Rouge, LA - Mud and Water +
04/13 - Austin, TX - Mohawk Outside +
04/14 - Fort Worth, TX - Lola's Saloon +
04/15 - Oxford, MS - Proud Larry's +
04/16 - Nashville, TN - Exit / In +
04/7 - Asheville, NC- Grey Eagle Tavern +
04/18 - Philadelphia, PA- Underground Arts +
! w/ Amen Dunes, Mac DeMarco & Tonstartssbandht
+ Mac DeMarco
1. Let Me Hip You To Something
2. Sanity or Not
3. Lost in Soup
4. Escucho Mucho
5. Woke Up Feeling Like Sleeping
8. All Tall Mall Will Fall?
9. Continue To Be You
10. Breathing (feat. Carmelle)
11. How Do They All Do (feat. Carmelle)
12. Ay Ay Ay
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