Queen of Jeans are alone, together on "All My Friends" - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

The Philly indie rockers Queen of Jeans are back with “All My Friends,” the soaring, sorrowful opening track (and third single) from their upcoming album All Again. It’s influenced heavily by the real-life relationship between vocalist Miri Devora and guitarist Mattie Glass and comes with a melancholy music video set at a house party. The new record is their first full-length since 2019 and they’ve hinted it’s a “mostly-conceptual album” and “part postmortem.”  “All My Friends” offers another tantalizing preview of the new project, building from a poignant acoustic ballad to a sweeping singalong chorus. Its melancholy music video depicts the isolating claustrophobia of crowded social situations.

The long-awaited All Again will be released on June 28th through Memory Music. In a press release, Queen of Jeans noted a wide range of influences that includes “60ss pop sweetness, 90s alt rock dirt, spacious emo, and the melodicism of the sharpest acoustic singer-songwriter acts.” It’s the saga of a relationship, moving from “loneliness and longing, elation and joy, pain and anger.” Grammy-nominated producer Will Yip once again collaborated with the band, which also features bassist Andrew Nitz and drummer Patrick Wall. Queen of Jeans will embark on tour this summer, including a July 20th PhilaMOCA show. More information can be found at the WXPN Concert Calendar.

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