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Fever Breaks
  • Artist: Josh Ritter
  • Label: Pytheas Recordings
  • UPC: 747989359742
  • Item #: 2149930X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/26/2019
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Fever Breaks on CD

FEVER BREAKS, the tenth studio album from acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Josh Ritter, will be released April 26 via Pytheas Recordings/Thirty Tigers. Produced by Grammy Award-winning musician Jason Isbell, the 10-song record was recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A and features Isbell’s band, the 400 Unit.

Of the album, Ritter shares with Rolling Stone, “The songs are very reflective of the times in which they were written,” he explains. “As we started coming together and playing, the songs that felt like they were gonna work really jumped out as obvious. From there on, after we recorded in August [2018] we had this really nice time to stop and listen and let the songs marinate a little bit. In that time, the world has just become even crazier. There’s a lot of the record that feels reflective of the moment.

Over the course of his career Ritter has released ten full-length albums including 2017’s GATHERING, which debuted at #4 on Billboard’s Americana/Folk Albums chart and received widespread critical praise. NPR Music proclaims, “Josh Ritter remains at the top of his game two decades into a highlight-strewn career. He’d be forgiven for loosening his grip, but his hand has never felt surer,” while the HuffPost adds, “GATHERING is beautiful and precise, and most of the beauty, to be certain, arises from a prolon

In addition to his work as a musician, Ritter made his debut as a published author in 2011 with his New York Times best-selling novel BRIGHT’S PASSAGE (Dial Press/Random House). Stephen King wrote in The New York Times Book Review that BRIGHT’S PASSAGE “shines with a compressed lyricism that recalls Ray Bradbury in his prime… This is the work of a gifted novelist.”