Joe Russo’s Selcouth Quartet Project Shares 10-Minute Debut Single ‘100 Words For Wind’
The 10-minute track is the first preview of the collective’s forthcoming album recorded in Iceland.
The Selcouth Quartet issued their debut single, “100 Words For Wind,” which will appear on their self-titled debut album that’s scheduled for a fall release. The foursome consists of Joe Russo (drums/keyboards), Stuart Bogie (saxophone/flute/clarinet/keyboards), Jon Shaw (acoustic/electric bass) and Jonathan Goldberger (acoustic/electric guitar).
The newly formed band held sessions over five days in January at Floki Studios in Iceland with producer/engineer D. James Goodwin. The group will make its live debut tonight, Friday, June 9 with a show at the 150-person capacity The Falcon in Marlboro, New York. The foursome’s second show will take place tomorrow, Saturday, June 10 at the 200-person capacity The Sultan Room in New York City.
Stream the first music released by the Selcouth Quartet, the 10-minute single “100 Words For Wind,” below: