Ever since he teamed up with producer Richard Swift on 2010's Saint Bartlett, veteran singer-songwriter Damien Jurado has offered up a new take on his folk rock style. His latest, Visions of Us on the Land, is the conclusion of a trilogy of records inspired by science-fiction, religion and a struggle with depression. Swift tricks out Jurado's sparse acoustic composition with growling organs and propulsive rhythms, creating an interstellar backdrop for the singer's outlandish imagery. Australian folk singer Ben Abraham opens the show.
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