Pete Yorn | You & Me Tour

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Presented by Topgolf Nashville at The Cowan at Topgolf Nashville, Nashville TN

Jan 18
Pete Yorn | You & Me Tour

The password for this presale offer is APART. Offer begins at 10am on Thursday, November 15

It’s hard to think of anything more starkly reliable than the ticking of a clock, but time is an untrustworthy thing. It feels like ages since we’ve had a proper Pete Yorn LP to dissect, though it’s been just five years. And it seems like only yesterday that we first heard musicforthemorningafter, which came out back in 2001. Yorn’s brand new album and Capitol Records debut, ArrangingTime, plays with the elasticity of the years both in between and since — it’s not only a culmination of the Los Angeles by way of New Jersey artist’s adventurous latter-day projects, but a return to his original leaner methods.

For the first time since 2003’s Day I Forgot, producer R. Walt Vincent returns to help Yorn execute his most poised and diverse set of songs yet. ArrangingTime runs the gamut from elegiac folk to wasteland blues to upbeat, synth-kissed rock. Of course, some things never change. Yorn still plays the observer, stepping into characters — or his past selves from previous years — routing wistful poems and beatific visions through the weather-beaten voice of a man who’s seen a few things in his time.

As he prepares to release another album, it’s clear his music has been shored up too. By one measure, another trick of time, Yorn’s first three albums span a single day. The so-called “trilogy” — musicforthemorningafter, Day I Forgot, and Nightcrawler (2006) — captures the man’s progression from an unknown songwriter unspooling raw magic at the storied Café Largo, to the sort of dude who can dial up Dave Grohl for a ripping drum solo and trade twanged verses with Natalie Maines. Those all found Yorn solo with a producer, building songs in the studio (or garage).

ArrangingTime flows like a mixtape with Yorn’s warm voice and perspective as the through-line. These 12 songs are populated by fragmented folks: people waiting for something to happen (the bus-stop sitter in the dreamy “Halifax”), or chasing a feeling they once had (the angsty burnout in the raucous “Screaming at the Setting Sun”). But it’s not all so bleak — light seeps through the cracks in “I’m Not the One,” where our host morphs into a loner coming to terms with his self-imposed isolation.

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Tickets on sale Friday, November 16, 2018
$29.50-$44.50/Ticket

The password for this presale offer is APART. Offer begins at 10am on Thursday, November 15

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