Today, Joyce Manor share “Last You Heard of Me,” the latest single from their upcoming fourth album Cody (out October 7). Produced by Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Guided by Voices, Kurt Vile), Cody is Joyce Manor’s most intimate and unapologetically human album yet. On “Last You Heard of Me,” the California-based band channel their unsparing honesty into a flash-snapshot of a night outside a Portland bar, perfectly capturing the uneasy melancholy of feeling alone in a crowd.
The follow-up to their 2014 Epitaph debut Never Hungover Again, Cody finds vocalist/guitarist Barry Johnson, guitarist Chase Knobbe, drummer Jeff Enzor, and bassist Matt Ebert crafting more inventive arrangements while taking greater emotional risks in their songwriting.
In comparing Cody to Joyce Manor’s previous work, Johnson notes that the album is “way more tender. A lot more love songs. Softer, sweeter—even sonically.” The result is a record both powerful and intensely vulnerable, full of loud sing-along songs for quiet people.
This fall, Joyce Manor will embark on a headlining tour of the U.S., with The Hotelier and Crying as support.
JOYCE MANOR TOUR DATES
Oct 05 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
Oct 07 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
Oct 09 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
Oct 10 Missoula, MT – The Badlander
Oct 11 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby
Oct 12 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
Oct 14 Burnsville, MN – Garage
Oct 15 Chicago, IL – Metro
Oct 16 Detroit, MI – El Club
Oct 18 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
Oct 19 Boston, MA – Sinclair
Oct 20 Boston, MA – Sinclair
Oct 21 Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
Oct 22 Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
Oct 23 Baltimore, MD – Otto Bar
Oct 24 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex
Oct 25 Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop
Oct 27 St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill
Oct 28 Lawrence, KS – Granada
Oct 29 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street Collective
1. Fake I.D.
3. Angel In The Snow
4. Do You Really Want To Not Get Better?
5. Last You Heard Of Me
6. Make Me Dumb
7. Over Before It Began
8. Reversing Machine
10. This Song Is A Mess But So Am I