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Noah Gundersen – A Pillar of Salt

NOAH GUNDERSEN UNVEILS UPCOMING ALBUM A PILLAR OF SALT

ALBUM ARRIVES VIA COOKING VINYL ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8

US HEADLINE TOUR BEGINS OCTOBER 9 IN DENVER, CO

LISTEN TO “SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE” | PRE-ORDER A PILLAR OF SALT

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen has announced the release of his new album. A Pillar of Salt arrives via Cooking Vinyl on Friday, October 8; pre-orders are available now HERE.

Gundersen’s fifth solo LP and a first new album in more than two years, A Pillar of Salt is heralded by today’s premiere of the lush new single, “Sleepless In Seattle” available now at all digital platforms HERE.

I moved to Seattle in 2009” – Gundersen says a small-town kid, just 20 years old. I lived out of my sleeping bag in garages, under tables, on couches, until finally moving into a place in the Queen Anne neighborhood with some friends. There was a feeling that anything was possible. Over time, like all things, the city changed. The few bands that made it moved away, while the less fortunate gracefully bowed out when the insurmountable odds finally stacked too high. Tech companies moved in and priced out the artists. The culture of the place I fell in love with slowly disappeared. When Covid hit in early 2020, all the bars closed and I finally realized my time there was over. So I packed up and left. And yet, like Lots wife, I cant help looking back, the voice in my head taunting me with Springsteens Glory Days. I loved Seattle. I miss it. Or I guess I miss the memory of it.”

LISTEN TO “SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE” Gundersen will celebrate the arrival of A Pillar of Salt with a solo headline tour, getting underway October 9 and 10 with a two-night residency at The Soiled Dove Underground in Denver, CO; two- and three-night stands continue across the US through mid-December. Much of the tour is already sold out, including multiple shows in Decatur, GA, New York City, and Nashville. For complete details and remaining ticket availability, please visit Here.

 

AN EVENING WITH NOAH GUNDERSEN US TOUR 2021

 

OCTOBER

9, Denver, CO, The Soiled Dove Underground

10, Denver, CO, The Soiled Dove Underground

14, Decatur, GA, Eddie’s Attic – SOLD OUT

15, Decatur, GA, Eddie’s Attic – SOLD OUT

16, Decatur, GA, Eddie’s Attic – SOLD OUT

22, New York, NY, Rockwood Music Hall – SOLD OUT

23, New York, NY, Rockwood Music Hall – SOLD OUT

 

NOVEMBER

5, Fort Worth, TX, Tulips

6, Fort Worth, TX, Tulips

18, Austin, TX, 3TEN ACL Live

19, Austin, TX, 3TEN ACL Live

 

DECEMBER

8, Nashville, TN, The High Watt

9, Nashville, TN, The High Watt – SOLD OUT

10, Nashville, TN, The High Watt – SOLD OUT

11, Evanston IL, SPACE

12, Evanston, IL, SPACE

 

A Pillar of Salt marks Gundersen’s first full-length release following 2019’s acclaimed Lover and features a duet with his good friend Phoebe Bridgers.

 

NOAH GUNDERSEN

A PILLAR OF SALT

(Cooking Vinyl)

Release Date: Friday, October 8

TRACKLIST

Laurel and Hardy

Body

The Coast

Exit Signs

Atlantis (Feat. Phoebe Bridgers)

Magic Trick

Blankets

Bright Lost Things

Sleepless In Seattle

Back To Me

Always There

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Valentine’s Day Movie Favorites

The movie experts at Redbox have just released some interesting movie insights, just in time for Valentine’s Day. They asked movie watchers what their favorite romantic comedies are from the 1990s and 2000s. Redbox is also running a campaign where they are promoting the most romantic films for Valentine’s Day. Check out their list below which features movies for all of your romance movie needs.

Which is your favorite romantic comedy from the 2000s?

1.           Sweet Home Alabama

2.           My Big Fat Greek Wedding

3.           50 First Dates

4.           Crazy Rich Asians

5.           Hitch

Which is your favorite romantic comedy from the 1990s?

1.           Pretty Woman

2.           There’s Something About Mary

3.           The Wedding Singer

4.           10 Things I Hate About You

5.           Sleepless in Seattle

Redbox is also running a swoon-worthy Movies You’ll Adore campaign now through 2/14, visit their website for more information. It includes:

  • Valentine Faves At The Kiosk: Wild Mountain Thyme, Love & Monsters, After We Collided, The Broken Hearts Gallery, The Photograph, Crazy Rich Asians
  • On-Demand Deals: Love Simon, The Other Woman, The Fault in Our Stars, 27 Dresses, This Means War
  • Meet Cutes: I Still Believe, The Secret: Dare to Dream, Overboard, Long Shot, When Harry Met Sally
  • Galentine’s Picks: Girls Trip, Pitch Perfect, Mean Girls, Bridesmaids, Legally Blonde
  • Teen Romance: Twilight, Words on Bathroom Walls, Cruel Intentions, After, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • Bromances: Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Top Gun, Friday, Step Brothers, Fight Club
  • Fantasy Films: The Shape of Water, Edward Scissorhands, Practical Magic, Ghost, Ella Enchanted
  • Break-Up Movies: 500 Days of Summer, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, He’s Just Not That Into You
  • Romantic Thrillers: Fifty Shades of Grey, Gone Girl, Mrs. & Mrs. Smith, Unfaithful, Obsessed
  • Time Travel Love: Groundhog Day, 13 Going on 30, About Time, The Lake House, The Time Traveler’s Wife
  • Period Romances: Pride & Prejudice, Belle, Ammonite, Gone with the Wind, Shakespeare in Love, Sense & Sensibility
  • Tearjerkers: Titanic, A Star is Born, All My Life, Me Before You, Romeo + Juliet, City of Angels, A Walk to Remember, Brokeback Mountain