Exclusive Premiere: Pimps of Joytime, ‘Jukestone Paradise’ Album Teaser
"It's the cultivation of a dream, a sonic playground. A collection of soulful individuals, a vehicle through which my musical expression is communicated."
So says frontman and band leader Brian J about Pimps of Joytime's upcoming third studio album, Jukestone Paradise. Set for release on April 7 via Write Home Records, Diffuser is excited to give fans a glimpse of what to expect from the record -- check out the official teaser for Jukestone Paradise in the video above.
Featuring all the groovy rhythms and eclectic sounds fans have come to know and love, Brian J explains that the new album is inspired, influenced and shaped over the course of six years on the road. Needless to say, the band is ready to get it in the hands of their fans.
"We are really excited to release Jukestone Paradise," they humbly tell us. "The album teaser, directed by Maryam Parwana, gives you a behind-the-scenes look at our recording session in Brooklyn."
Ahead of the new LP's release, Pimps of Joytime are hitting the road -- including a show tonight at Bowman Field in Louisville, Kentucky. They'll be touring through the spring, culminating in a performance at the High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, Calif., in July. Check out their full itinerary below -- and make sure to stay up-to-date with everything happening in their world at their official website.
Pimps of Joytime 2015 Tour
Feb. 20: Louisville, Ky. -- Bowman Field
Feb. 21: Columbus, Ohio -- Park Street Saloon
March 11: Phoenix, Ariz. -- Last Exit Live
March 12: Durango, Colo. -- Animas City Theatre
March 13: Telluride, Colo. -- Sheridan Opera House
March 14: Boulder, Colo. -- Fox Theatre
March 15: Steamboat Springs, Colo. -- Schmiggity's
March 17: Park City, Utah -- O.P. Rockwell
March 18: Salt Lake City, Utah -- The State Room
March 19: Jackson Hole, Wy. -- Pink Garter Theater
March 20: Bozeman, Mt. -- Filling Station
March 21: Missoula, Mt. -- The Top Hat
March 25: Chico, Calif. -- Lost on Main
March 26: Grass Valley, Calif. -- The Center for the Arts
March 27: Oakland, Calif. -- The New Parish
March 28: Petaluma, Calif. -- McNear's Mystic Theatre
April 10: Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Brooklyn Bowl
April 11: Ardmore, Pa. -- Ardmore Music Hall
April 12: Washington, D.C. -- The Hamilton
April 15: Raleigh, N.C. -- Southland Ballroom
April 16: Charlotte, N.C. -- The Rabbit Hole
April 17: Charleston, S.C. -- Music Farm
April 18: Atlanta, Ga -- Drunken Unicorn
April 19: Black Mountain, N.C. -- Pisgah Brewing Company
May 15: Richmond, Va. -- Canal Club
July 2: Quincy, Calif. -- High Sierra Music Festival