Jenny Owen Youngs ‘If I Didn’t Know’ Video

Jenny Owen Youngs is out with the music video to her new single ‘If I Didn’t Know’, from the Montclair, New Jersey singer songwriter’s second full length album ‘Transmitter Failure’ available now on Nettwerk. Watch via YouTube below.

Jenny Owen Youngs Releasing ‘Transmitter Failure’ May 26th

Jenny Owen Youngs - 'Transmitter Failure'

Jenny Owen Youngs is back with her second album, ‘Transmitter Failure’, due May 26th on Nettwerk Records. The album’s lead, ‘Led to the Sea,’ is “the loudest song on the record,” says Youngs, “and it couldn’t be further away from the musical ideas of Batten.”

The disc, produced by Dan Romer, is a bold departure from her 2007 release ‘Batten The Hatches’. “I wanted to make something that would move people emotionally, but also move them physically,” Youngs explained. “I did not want to end up touring for another three years on a record that wouldn’t offer people the opportunity to move. So, Dan and I set out to make something that was, quite simply, more fun to play live. In the process, my writing took turns I didn’t expect.”

Track listing for Transmitter Failure:

1. First Person
2 . Led To The Sea
3. Dissolve
4. Here Is A Heart
5 . Clean Break
6. If I Didn’t Know
7. What Beats Within
8. Secrets
9 . No More Words
10. Last Person
11. Nighty Night
12. Transmitter Failure
13. Start + Stop

Rachael Yamagata’s Words For Hotel Café Tourmates

Rachael Yamagata checked in with fans on her blog at MySpace (@rachaelyamagata) on Wednesday (November 5), discussing the Hotel Café Tour and how things are going with her tourmates Meiko, Jenny Owen Youngs, Thao Nguyen, Emily Wells, and Samantha Crain. The singer songwriter tells readers:

Meiko is the sassiest and always makes me laugh – up for adventure (she weathered the street celebrations in Philly the night of the World Series with me), Tao the coolest – her guitar riffs are infectious as well as her stage presence and I wake up every morning singing her songs, Sam the liveliest with never ending energy and wit as well as being my twin as we’re saying (long hair and bangs with sisterly style), Jenny is the heart breaker and makes me want to cuddle her up after a show she can be so vulnerable when she sings (I would, but she don’t need it – as in she could beat my *ss) and Emily has just joined and is equally as sweet as the others and a total genius when it comes to all things electronic and violin.

‘Seriously Westcoast Vol.2 – Happy Holidays’ Free Album Download

Sarah McLachlan in black and white

Nettwerk Music Group and the Vancouver Sun have teamed up for another free digital download album. ‘Seriously Westcoast Vol.2 – Happy Holidays’ features 15 songs from such artists as Barenaked Ladies, Sarah McLachlan, Medieval Baebes, Jars of Clay and many more. Here’s the full track listing:

TRACKLISTING:
01 – Barenaked Ladies – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
02 – The Weepies – All That I Want
03 – Sarah McLachlan – Silent Night
04 – Matt Wertz What Child Is This
05 – Liily Frost – Skating On The River
06 – Oh Susanna – Go Tell It On The Mountain
07 – Medieval Baebes – The Holly & The Ivy
08 – The Be Good Tanyas – Rudy
09 – Barenaked Ladies – Elf’s Lament
10 – Melissa McClelland O – Holy Night-MST
11 – Jars Of Clay – Hibernation Day
12 – Jenny Owen Youngs – Things We Don’t Need Anymore
13 – Martha Wainwright – Merry Christmas And Happy New Year
14 – Kyle Andrews – Under The Misteltoe
15 – Leigh Nash – The First Noel
16 – Sarah McLachlan – The First Noel_Mary Mary (DJ Shah Remix)

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Jenny Owen Youngs ‘Fu** Was I’ Video

Jenny Owen Youngs is out with the music video to her new single ‘Fu** Was I’, from the Montclair, New Jersey singer songwriter’s debut album ‘Batten the Hatches’, out now on Nettwerk Music. Watch it below.

Jenny Owen Youngs ‘Hot In Herre’ Video

Jenny Owen Youngs is out with the music video to her new single ‘Hot In Herre’, a remake of the Nelly smash, from the Montclair, New Jersey artist’s new EP ‘Take Off All Your Clothes’, out now on Nettwerk Productions. Watch it below.

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