Named “the godfather of the Seattle folk boom” by the Seattle Times, Damien Jurado has worked with and been influenced by numerous notable artists over the course of his 20 year career. His ability to create music on his own terms has made him a visionary. After 2012’s Maraqopa and 2014’s Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son, he completed the final instalment of his trilogy with the triumphant Visions of Us on the Land.
It confirmed his unique artistry. It’s an album full of emotion, electrifying moments and flurries of strings and pianos. We’ve watched him perform intimate shows at End of The Road before – just him, a chair, and a guitar, telling stories and breaking hearts. We can’t wait for him to do it again.