Plains’ Jess Williamson Announces Tour and New Album, Shares “Hunter” Video: Watch

Jess Williamson will release a new album called time is not accidental. It’s out June 9 via Mexican Summer. The lead single from Sorceress the follow-up is “Hunter,” and it arrives with a music video directed by Rocco Rivetti. Look the following video.

Along with the new album, Williamson has announced a handful of North American spring tour dates. Find their schedule below.

Williamson, a Texas-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, worked in time is not accidental with Brad Cook in Durham, North Carolina. The producer also collaborated with Williamson and Katie Crutchfield on last year’s Plains album, I walked with you a path.

Read “Katie Crutchfield and Jess Williamson Analyze the Plains of Their Collaborative Country Project” in the field.

time is not accidental:

01 Time is not accidental
02 hunter
03 Chasing Spirits
04 Tobacco Two Steps
05 God in Everything
06 Some Seasons
07 Topanga Two Steps
08 There’s something in the way
09 stampede
10 I would come to your call
11 paths

Jesus Williamson:

05-19 Nashville, TN – The Basement
05-20 Nashville, TN – The Basement
05-23 Brooklyn, New York – Union Pool
05-24 Brooklyn, New York – Union Pool
05-26 Woodstock, New York – Levon Helm Studios
05-27 Toronto, Ontario – The Monarch Tavern
05-28 Pittsburgh, PA – WonderWorks Music and Arts Festival
05-30 Indianapolis, IN – Hi-Fi
05-31 Chicago, IL – The Hide and Seek
06-01 Chicago, IL – The Hide and Seek
06-02 Spring Green, WI – Barn Fuck Sessions
06-03 Minneapolis, MN – Turf Club
06-05 Milwaukee, WI – The Back Room @ Collective
06-06 Davenport, IA – Raccoon Motel
06-08 Dallas, TX – Sunset
06-09 Austin, TX – Continental Club
06-10 Austin, TX – Continental Club
06-17 Los Angeles, CA – Zebulon

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Jess Williamson: US Tour 2023

Jess Williamson: US Tour 2023

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