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Juliana Hatfield Announces The Police Covers Album, Shares “De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da” Cover

Juliana Hatfield Sings The Police Due Out November 15 via American Laundromat

Aug 01, 2019

Juliana Hatfield has announced a new album where she covers the songs of The Police, the fittingly titled Juliana Hatfield Sings The Police, and has shared its first single, a cover of "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da." Juliana Hatfield Sings The Police is due out November 15 via American Laundromat.  More

Jan 18, 2019

Juliana Hatfield has released a new album, Weird, today via American Laundromat. Now she has shared a video for the album's "All Right, Yeah." Jed Davis directed the animated video, which you can watch below.  More

Juliana Hatfield Shares Video for New Song “Lost Ship”

Weird Due Out January 18, 2019 via American Laundromat

Dec 14, 2018

Juliana Hatfield is releasing a new album, Weird, on January 18, 2019 via American Laundromat. Previously she shared its first single, "It's So Weird." Now she has shared another song from the album, "Lost Ship," via a video for the track.  More

Juliana Hatfield Announces New Album, Shares New Song “It’s So Weird”

Weird Due Out January 18, 2019 via American Laundromat

Oct 17, 2018

Juliana Hatfield has announced a new album, Weird, and shared its first single, "It's So Weird." Weird is due out January 18, 2019 via American Laundromat. Listen to "It's So Weird" below, followed by the album's tracklist and cover art. More

Juliana Hatfield Shares Video for Her Cover of Olivia Newton-John’s “Physical”

Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John Due Out April 13 via American Laundromat

Mar 01, 2018

Juliana Hatfield is releasing Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John on April 13 via American Laundromat. As its title suggests, the album includes covers of 14 songs by the English-Australian singer/actress who made it big in the 1970s and early 1980s thanks to films such as Grease and Xanadu. More

Nine Albums Out Today Worth Hearing: Gorillaz, Feist, Mew, Sufjan Stevens, and More

Plus Thurston Moore, BNQT, Sylvan Esso, Little Cub, and Juliana Hatfield

Apr 28, 2017

Here we highlight nine albums due out today that we feel are most worth hearing. We have also included Amazon links for each album. If you click through those links and buy the album (or anything else on Amazon once you've clicked through) then Amazon rewards us with a sales percentage.  More

Elliott Smith Tribute Album to Feature Julien Baker, Amanda Palmer, Jesu/Sun Kil Moon, and Yuck

Say Yes! A Tribute to Elliott Smith Due Out October 15 via American Laundromat Records

Mar 03, 2016

American Laundromat Records have announced Say Yes! A Tribute to Elliott Smith, which is due out October 15. The Elliott Smith tribute album will feature newly recorded covers of Smith's songs by Julien Baker, Amanda Palmer, Jesu/Sun Kil Moon, Yuck, Waxahatchee, Lou Barlow, J Mascis, Adam Franklin of Swervedriver, Tanya Donelly, and others. More


Self-Portrait: Juliana Hatfield

My Hands Are Tools

Apr 25, 2019

For our recurring Self-Portrait feature we ask a musician to take a self-portrait photo (or paint/draw a self-portrait) and write a list of personal things about themselves, things that their fans might not already know about them. This Self-Portrait is by Juliana Hatfield. More




American Laundromat

Jan 25, 2019

The last few years have seen something of a career revival for Juliana Hatfield. After years of self-releasing albums of varying tones and tenors on her own Ye Olde Records, Hatfield returned in 2013 with her outstanding Minor Alps collaboration with Nada Surf's Matthew Caws. More

Sings Olivia Newton-John

Sings Olivia Newton-John

American Laundromat

Apr 20, 2018

Nope, it's not a gag or a belated April Fool's prank, this is a real thing. Juliana Hatfield's last album, the innocently named Pussycat was an album-long, bile filled attack on Donnie Trump. Now she's vented, it seems she's feeling a little mellow and ready to kick back with an album of covers celebrating the unlikely figure of Australian country/pop/disco diva, Olivia Newton-John. Really.   More