Photo by Shervin Lainez

Folk-rock group The Felice Brothers have announced their new album From Dreams to Dust, out Sept. 17th via Yep Roc Records.

The Felice Brothers also released the music video to accompany their second single from the album, “Jazz on the Autobahn.” It is a stop-motion collage of finger-painted settings, animated characters and cut-up paintings. According to vocalist Ian Felice, the project took a month to complete and follows the story of two characters in a daring escape.

From Dreams to Dust continues the band’s lineup of musicians from the 2019 album Undress, including Ian and James Felice as vocalists and songwriters, Jesske Hume on bass and Will Lawrence on drums.

The album also includes collaborations from Nathaniel Walcott (Bright Eyes) on trumpet and Mike Mogis (Presto!) on pedal steel guitar. In keeping with the traditions of previous Felice Brothers records, this album was not recorded in a conventional studio, but in a renovated 19th-century church in upstate New York that Ian Felice worked to restore.

To celebrate the album The Felice Brothers will be going on tour throughout the U.S. this fall, beginning Sept. 16 at New York’s Bowery Ballroom.

Tickets will be available for sale this Friday, June 11.

Check out the full list of dates and the video for “Jazz On The Autobahn” below:

The Felice Brothers On Tour

Sept. 16 – Bowery Ballroom – New York
Sept. 17 – Levon Helm Studios – Woodstock, N.Y.
Sept. 18 – Levon Helm Studios – Woodstock, N.Y.
Sept. 24-25 – Treefort Festival – Boise, Idaho
Sept. 28 – The Crocodile Second Stage – Seattle
Sept. 29 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, Ore.
Oct. 1 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco
Oct. 3 – Bootleg Theater – Los Angeles
Oct. 12 – Asbury Lanes – Asbury Park, N.J.
Oct. 13 – World Cafe Live – Philadelphia
Oct. 14 – DC9 – Washington
Oct. 15 – Richmond Music Hall – Richmond, Va.
Oct. 16 – Motorco Music Hall – Durham, N.C.
Oct. 17 – The Grey Eagle – Asheville, N.C.
Oct. 19 – Zanzabar – Louisville, Ky.
Oct. 20 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago
Oct. 21 – The Brass Rail – Fort Wayne, Ind.
Oct. 23 – Club Cafe – Pittsburgh
Oct. 24 – Phantom Power – Millersville, Pa.