Ryan Adams to Reissue His Solo Debut, ‘Heartbreaker,’ in May
Ryan Adams has been keeping busy with one release after another since his 2014 self-titled full-length, and now he’s unveiled yet another. The singer-songwriter will reissue his terrific 2000 debut full-length, Heartbreaker, on CD and vinyl on May 26 via his own Pax-Am label.
A press release also hinted at a forthcoming deluxe edition of the album due out later this year. Stay current on release details and updates here and if you need a refresher on the cover art, it can be seen in the video below.
On top of the forthcoming reissue, Adams just released a 7-inch featuring an alternate take of Heartbreaker’s “Come Pick Me Up” backed with the Jacksonville City Nights demo, “When the Rope Gets Tight” for Record Store Day. If you weren’t able to snag the single last weekend, you can now stream it here.
Likewise, the ex-Whiskeytown leader will drop “I Do Not Feel Like Being Good” – the next 7-inch in his ongoing Pax-Am series – on April 28, along with singles from Phoebe Bridgers, Mike Viola and Daniel Clarke. Adams also recently released Live at Carnegie Hall, which documents his two-night stint at the famed New York City venue last year.
Adams is currently on tour and will make appearances at this year’s Shaky Knees festival in Atlanta; Sasquatch festival in George, Wash.; Governors Ball in New York City; and more. Check out a complete list of stops on his website.
Ryan Adams – "Come Pick Me Up"