Nashville-based composer/bandleader Rich Ruth has announced today’s release of his critically acclaimed new album, I Survived, It’s Over, available via Third Man Records on black vinyl, CD, and Bandcamp-exclusive cassette tape, as well as at all DSPs and streaming services. Independent record store-exclusive light blue colored vinyl is now available at a record store near you.
Ruth will ring in the album’s release with a performance in The Blue Room at Third Man Nashville tomorrow, August 13, with support from Spencer Cullum and Bleary. The show will be live-streamed via Volume.com – find more details HERE:
Mixed by renowned Chicago producer/engineer John McEntire (Tortoise, The Sea and Cake, Stereolab), I Survived, It’s Over was first heralded earlier this spring by the epically ambitious opening track, “Taken Back,” available now at all DSPs and streaming services. An official live performance video – filmed at The Blue Room at Third Man Records in Nashville and featuring the full six-piece Rich Ruth “New Age spiritual jazz jam band” – is streaming now at YouTube.
Hailed by Aquarium Drunkard as “an ambitious and thrilling slice of neo-spiritual jazz fusion,” I Survived, It’s Over also includes the expansive “Older But Not Less Confused,” accompanied by a mesmerizing new short film by director Brook Linder, streaming now at YouTube.
WATCH “TAKEN BACK” (LIVE)
WATCH “OLDER BUT NOT LESS CONFUSED” (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
LISTEN/PURCHASE I SURVIVED, IT’S OVER: https://orcd.co/richruthisurviveditsover