Dylan LeBlanc announces new album “Coyote”

Credit: Abraham Rowe

Album to be released next month in advance of extensive European tour.

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dylan LeBlanc is set to release his highly-anticipated new album ‘Coyote’ on 20th October via ATO Records ahead of 3 UK shows at the end of the month. You can listen to the first single to be taken from it ‘No Promises Broken’ below.

‘Coyote’ is described as “both semi-autobiographical and a concept album, chronicling a man who lives dangerously, always on the edge. Coyote himself is trapped in the criminal underworld of Mexico. As he struggles to find a way out of his treacherous lifestyle, he is tormented by his past, enduring the pain and regret of lost love and a life wasted. Finding his way towards redemption and freedom, Coyote is confronted by the essence of human nature, materialism, and the inherent desire for more. As the story reaches its peak, he sees himself at a perilous crossroad in Los Angeles, leaving listeners in suspense about his fate.”

Coyote finds LeBlanc producing for the first time, teaming up with a group of all-star musicians, including drummer Fred Eltringham (Ringo Starr, Sheryl Crow), pianist Jim “Moose” Brown (Bob Seger), and bass player Seth Kaufman (Lana Del Rey). Coyote is the follow-up to LeBlanc’s 2019 record ‘Renegade’, an album that was well received by the press with positive coverage that included Rolling Stone Country, American Songwriter, No Depression, and our dear selves – it’s fair to say we were quite taken with it.

LeBlanc heads to Europe for the first round of Coyote tour dates before performing in the U.S. in early 2024 – you can find all his tour dates below.

Dylan LeBlanc – ‘Coyote’ Track Listing:

‘Coyote’
‘Closin’ In’
‘Dark Waters’
‘Dust’
‘Forgotten Things’
‘No Promises Broken’
‘Stranger Things’
‘Hate’
‘Wicked Kind’
‘Telluride’
‘Human Kind’
‘The Crowd Goes Wild’
‘The Outside’
 
Dylan LeBlanc 2023 European Tour Dates
October 28 – Telakka – Tampere, Finland (solo)
October 29 – On The Rocks – Helsinki, Finland (solo)
October 31 – Colours – London, UK
November 1 – Kitchen Garden – Birmingham, UK
November 2 – Retro – Manchester, UK
November 4 – Take Root – Groningen, Netherlands
November 5 – Trix Club – Antwerp, Belgium
November 8 – Le Pingouin Alternatiff – Arthez-de-Béarn, France
November 9 – Escenario – Santander, Spain
November 10 – Riquela – Santiago, Spain
November 11 – Altxerri – San Sebastián, Spain
November 12 – Razz 3 – Barcelona, Spain
November 14– Loco Club – Valencia, Spain
November 15 – Clamores – Madrid, Spain
November 16 – Rock & Blues Festival – Zaragoza, Spain
November 17 – Factoria – Avilés, Spain
November 19 – Mezz – Breda, Netherlands
November 20 – Franz K – Reutlingen, Germany
November 21 – Kantine Yard Club – Cologne, Germany
November 22 – Metropool – Hengelo, Netherlands
November 23 – Paradiso Noord – Amsterdam, Netherlands
November 24 – Moritzhof – Madgeburg, Germany
November 26 – Frannz Club – Berlin, Germany
November 27 – Hebebühne – Hamburg, Germany
November 30 – Biljardkompaniet – Kristianstad, Sweden
December 1 – Tryckhallen – Falkenberg, Sweden
December 2 – Folk & Rock – Malmö, Sweden
December 3 – Bar Brooklyn – Stockholm, Sweden
December 5 – Katalin – Uppsala, Sweden
December 6 – John Dee – Oslo, Norway
December 7 – Moskus – Trondheim, Norway
December 8 – Amemoen Gard – Ringebu, Sweden
December 9 – Pustervik – Göteborg, Sweden
December 9 – Lille Vega – Copenhagen, Denmark

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