One of Detroit's most stunning new acts heading into the new year, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr, have announced the release of their anticipated full-length debut, It's A Corporate World on Quite Scientific Records on April 26th.
This oil painting of DEJJ members Daniel Zott (left) and Josh Epstein (right) shown above will be incorporated into the album's artwork.
We also hear that the band is preparing for a spring tour with Tapes 'n Tapes down through this year's SXSW. More good news, homey! The band's debut Horse Power EP along with My Love Is Easy: Remixes Pt. 1, the later featuring remixes from Deastro and Prussia, will soon be available on vinyl. The record will feature the Horse Power on one side and My Love Is Easy on the other. Chroma-Depth 3D glasses included!!!
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. on Tour
Mar 1 - Kenyon College - Gambler, OH
Mar 4 - Jackpot Music Hall - Lawrence, KS *
Mar 5 - Fox Theatre - Boulder, CO *
Mar 7 - Neurolux - Boise, ID *
Mar 8 - Crocodile Café - Seattle, WA *
Mar 9 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, OR *
Mar 11 - Bottom of the Hill - San Francisco, CA *
Mar 12 - Troubadour - W. Hollywood, CA *
Mar 14 - Cellar Door - Visalia, CA *
Mar 16 - SXSW
Mar 17 - SXSW
Mar 18 - SXSW
Mar 19 - SXSW
Mar 20 - Stickyz - Little Rock, AR
Mar 22 - Mojo's - Columbia, MO
Mar 23 - The Bilken Club - St. Louis, MO
Mar 25 - Schubas - Chicago, IL
* with Tapes 'n Tapes
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