Photo by Kevin Yatarola
Wilco will release its eighth studio album, The Whole Love ,on September 27 through their newly launched dBpm Records. The band’s first album since 2009’s Wilco (The Album) was recorded at the band’s Chicago recording studio The Loft. The Whole Love was produced by Jeff Tweedy with Wilco multi-instrumentalist Patrick Sansone and Tom Schick.
The seven-minute “Art of Almost” and the twelve-minute “One Sunday Morning (Song For Jane Smiley’s Boyfriend)” bookend the 12-song album. The middle four tracks clock in at four minutes or less, including the current single, “I Might.” The album’s full track listing includes: “Art of Almost,” “I Might,” “Sunloathe,” “Dawned On Me,” “Black Moon,” “Born Alone,” “Open Mind,” “Capitol City,” “Standing O,” “Rising Red Lung,” “Whole Love” and “One Sunday Morning (Song For Jane Smiley’s Boyfriend).”
Wilco will tour the country this fall. Nick Lowe—whose song “I Love My Label” Wilco covers as a b-side to “I Might”—will open the tour.
Here’s a look at the first leg of Wilco’s fall tour
September 13 Indianapolis, IN—Murat Theatre
September 16-17 Toronto, ONT—Massey Hall
September 18 Montreal, QC— Metropolis
September 20 Boston, MA—Wang Theatre
September 22 New York, NY—Central Park Summerstage
September 25 Columbia, MD—Merriweather Post Pavilion
September 27 Raleigh, NC—Raleigh Amphitheater
September 28-29 Atlanta, GA—Cobb Energy Performing Arts Ctr
October 1-2 Nashville, TN— The Ryman
October 4 St. Louis, MO—Peabody Opera House
October 5 Madison, WI—Overture Hall