Júníus Meyvant / Releases New Album 'Across The Borders' Ahead Of European Headline Tour


The second studio album from Iceland’s Júníus Meyvant, ‘Across The Borders’, is out now on Record Records / Glassnote.

Recorded at the renowned Hljóðriti Studio on the outskirts of Reykjavik, and engineered & mixed by Guðmundur Kristinn Jónsson (Ásgeir, Erlend Oye, Hjálmar), the richly orchestrated album embraces a wide palette of sounds and is awash with soulful, charming melodies.   Throughout the eleven tracks, the natural warmth of Júníus Meyvant’s unmistakable vocals are matched and heightened by a full string section and brass ensemble, creating a hearty wall of blissful sound. ‘Across The Borders’ showcases the very finest of Júníus Meyvant’s freaky-folk pop.  

Marking the album’s release, Júníus Meyvant and his full band (which includes a brass section) will embark on an extensive European headline tour throughout February & March 2019. The UK leg of the tour will take in London, Manchester, and Bristol, marking Júníus Meyvant’s first UK shows since 2017. Full upcoming international tour dates are listed below and remaining tickets for all dates are on sale now from here:  http://juniusmeyvant.com/tour-dates  

Thu 14 Feb - Paradiso (upstairs), Amsterdam, NL
Sat 16 Feb - Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, DK
Sun 17 Feb - Nalen Klubb, Stockholm, SE
Mon 18 Feb - John Dee, Oslo, NO
Tue 19 Feb - Pustervik, Gothenburg, SE
Wed 20 Feb - Train, Aarhus, DK  
Thu 21 Feb - Nochtspeicher, Hamburg, DE
Fri 22 Feb - Artheater, Cologne, DE
Sat 23 Feb - Le Backstage, Paris, FR
Mon 25 Feb - Village Underground, London, UK
Tue 26 Feb - Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK
Thu 28 Feb - Thekla, Bristol, UK Sat 02
Mar - AB Club, Brussels, BE
Mon 04 Mar - Bogen F, Zurich, CH
Tue 05 Mar - PPC, Graz, AT
Wed 06 Mar - WUK, Vienna, AT
Thu 07 Mar - Rock Café, Prague, CZ
Fri 08 Mar - Bi Nuu, Berlin, DE

 Listen to album singles ‘Let It Pass’, ‘High Alert’, and watch Júníus Meyvant performing a handful of tracks from ‘Across The Borders’ live in session for Paste Magazine at The Manhattan Centre, NYC HERE.

“Not only is Icelandic soul a thing, in the hands of a purveyor like Junius Meyvant it is the rarest of all things, soul that reaches Across The Borders” - For Folk’s Sake
“Full of luscious pop, romantic melodies and superb arrangements” - The Line of Best Fit  
“A remarkable record, full of individual passions, and a songwriting sense that favours openness and emotion” - Clash  

Order ‘Across The Borders’ HERE.