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Chris Robinson Reveals Post Crowes Project

Chris Robinson's Brotherhood to release at least one new album this year

Robinson is embarking on his post-Black Crowes life with a new band called Chris Robinson's Brotherhood, and they are to release at least one new studio album this year.


The band started out as an experiment but quickly found itself on a 118 date tour in North America. The band is clearly aiming for a more psychedelic sound than Robinson's previous band (which is currently on indefinite hiatus).

CRB release their debut album, Big Moon Ritual, on 5 June and it's due to be followed in September by a companion album called The Magic Door.

"Part of the master plan was not to do anything besides touring the wheels off the thing for the first go-around, and it worked for us and allowed us to figure out who we were,” says ROBINSON.  "One of the best things about the lack of a proper music business is if you have an idea, you can do something.  If everybody is on the same page, and it’s not about the dough on the table, and it’s really about something you believe in, then you can get there.
 
"It’s about being boutique,” continues ROBINSON. "If before you wanted to have a million people hear what you do, now we’re making music the right way for the right people. When we got to these cool sonic spaces we took advantage of them.  It was totally the most radical recording session I’ve ever done, especially in terms of aesthetics.”

The album's tracklist is as follows:

Tulsa Yesterday
Rosalee
Star Or Stone
Tomorrow Blues
Reflections On A Broken Mirror
Beware, Oh Take Care
One Hundred Days Of Rain

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