Paul Jacobs of Pottery unveils “Underneath the Roses,” the 2nd single off his upcoming album Pink Dogs on the Green Grass

Paul Jacobs of Pottery unveils “Underneath the Roses,” the 2nd single off his upcoming album

Pink Dogs on The Green Grass is due April 30 on Blow The Fuse

VIDEO: “Underneath The Roses” –
YouTube / Streaming Services

After announcing his upcoming album Pink Dogs on the Green Grass back in January,
Paul Jacobs returns with the single, “Underneath the Roses,” accompanied by a music video
mixing animation and live footage. With a soaring melody and dissonant guitars, this song
takes the listener on a winding trajectory that culminates in an exhilarating outro. This new
single follows the release of “Half Rich Loner,” which caught the attention of NME, Brooklyn
Vegan, Exclaim!, DIY and Stereogum earlier this winter. The Windsor, Ontario native’s new album is available for pre-order now and will be released on April 30th via Blow The Fuse. Paul Jacobs will perform on March 16th during the Dedstrange online showcase, as part of SXSW 2021.

Watch and share the music video for “Underneath the Roses” via YouTube.
Pink Dogs on the Green Grass is available for pre-order now.

“Underneath the Roses” was written and recorded right around the time the world started to close down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Just like the video for his previous single, Paul
animated it himself. “When drawing the video, I was looking out my window and was seeing
the world as a pretty dead, dark place”, says the Montreal-based musician. “It was a month
into winter and the moods were getting heavy. I ran with a theme of people in an underworld who don’t realize they’re more dead than alive. They’ve accepted their reality and don’t understand how much more you can get out of life.”

The songwriting on Pink Dogs on the Green Grass was inspired by those unwanted
moments in life that stick with you, like unexpected encounters or bizarre situations that
repeat themselves in your dreams. For a long time Jacobs’ has wanted to marry his love of
psychedelic, timeless studio recordings with his independent, rebellious indie spirit, and
his apartment studio allowed him to explore this with acoustic drums and more organic
sounds. This is the essence of his album, a 13-track collection of ageless, modern melodies
inspired by classic acts past and present, with a twist of new technology and topics. Pink
Dogs on the Green Grass
is a deeply personal record on which he opens up about his
experience in life through the lense of folk, pop, rock and psychedelic music.

About Paul Jacobs
Since arriving in Montreal, Paul Jacobs has cemented a growing reputation as one of the
city’s truly prolific, eccentric artists, both as the drummer of Pottery and through fronting his
own six-piece band. He’s known for self producing multiple albums annually, always
accompanied by captivating live performances. From deep emotional melodies to freak out
jams, folk pop ballads to synth laced rock and roll epics, along with his hand drawn artwork
and animated music videos, Jacobs’ truly creates a world of his own. His sound includes thehooks and rhythms you’d expect from classic rock legends like The Byrds, Fleetwood Mac, and Neil Young, while staying true to his unconventional personal style of composition and production you’d find with artists like Arthur Russel, Kurt Vile and Daniel Johnston. By
combining his passion for art and music, modern Renaissance man Paul Jacobs pushes
through boundaries creating timeless recordings.

Press photo by Christopher Vincent

UPCOMING LIVESTREAMS:

3/16 SXSW Dedstrange Showcase 7pm EST

Paul Jacobs
Underneath The Roses

(Blow The Fuse)
Release Date: Feb. 16, 2021

Paul Jacobs
Pink Dogs on The Green Grass

(Blow The Fuse)
Release Date: April 30, 2021

Pre-Order Here

Track List:

Christopher Robbins
Day to Day
Half Rich Loner
Most Delicious Drink
Cherry
Everything’s Fine
Underneath the Roses
Dancing With the Devil
Glory Days, Yesterday
Kathy’s Bible
Your Last Words
The Boys are Back
Hello Sunshine

PAUL JACOBS LINKS:

Facebook / Instagram / Bandcamp / Spotify

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