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Jordie Lane

Jordie Lane

  • Americana

Following on from the critically acclaimed album ‘Glassellland’ landing in many top 50 album lists, top 10 success on the Roots Music Report Chart and cracking the top 100 on the AMA/CDX Americana Chart, Jordie Lane returns with his new studio LP Tropical Depression slated as his first ever label release, August 16, 2024 via ABC Music Australia, along with being signed to Universal Music Publishing Group. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, with Grammy nominated producer, engineer, instrumentalist Jon Estes (Kacey Musgraves, Dolly Parton, Rodney Crowell), and mixed by famed engineer Noah Georgeson (The Strokes, Devandra Banhart, Andy Shauf, Marlon Williams) and mastered by Juno Award winning Phillip Shaw Bova (Feist, Father John Misty, Angel Olsen, Bahamas). Jordie Lane marks this new chapter with a sound that consistently defies genres, with his latest wandering somewhere close to the outskirts of Americana and 60’s inspired Folk while “creating a pathbreaking and inspiring sound” all of its own. With Irreverent wit and satirical commentary, the songs on Tropical Depression tackle (among other things) Lane’s own growing obsession with extreme weather (ignited by a close call with an EF-3 Tornado) and its eventual collision with his own mental health battles.
Heavy themes juxtaposed with an upbeat playfulness grinning its way right through the album. Jordie Lane and his latest offering, Tropical Depression are an important addition to the ever expanding Americana/Folk world as an Australian artist based in Nashville, Tennessee with a unique perspective and voice that may just become legendary while he’s still alive.
Jordie Lane has continued to delight audiences around the world now for over a decade, performing major festivals in the US, UK, Australia, and Canada. He has toured with a wide range of international legends, from Gotye to Billy Bragg, Cat Power to Old
Crow Medicine Show to Marlon Williams, Ruthie Foster to The Moody Blues and several tours with Aussie legends The Waifs.
A career that has taken Lane from performing the role of the late Cosmic Country legend Gram Parsons in the stage play ‘Grievous Angel’, to the Beatles Rubber Soul/Revolver shows at Sydney Opera House, and becoming a composer for the screen writing the Musical Score for newly rebooted adaption of the classic Australian comedy ‘Mother and Son’. Jordie has appeared on Australian TV shows Rock Wiz singing with Grammy nominated artist Mary Gauthier, and guesting on the hit Music Quiz show ‘Spicks and Specks’ along with CW Stoneking.

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