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The Juliana Hatfield Three Reunite For Sophomore Album & 2015 Tour

The Juliana Hatfield Three released their debut album Become What You Are back in 1993, and the group have reunited to release their sophomore album Whatever, My Love on February 17 via American Laundromat Records.


The group worked on the album at Nuthouse Recording in Hoboken, NJ, with Hatfield and Tom Beaujour (Nada Surf, Minor Alps, Guided By Voices) serving as producers of the 12 songs.

Although the debut album yielded the hits “My Sister” and “Spin the Bottle” (it was featured on the Reality Bites soundtrack), the trio each went their separate paths. As Hatfield has continued her career as an indie artist and collaborator (Some Girls, Blake Babies, Minor Alps), Todd Philips ventured off to a career in the film industry and also has been touring as the Lemonheads drummer. Bassist Dean Fisher has plied his trade in the Boston music scene with Dylan in the Movies and Tanya Donelly.

Juliana Hatfield Three - Band Photo (American Laundromat Recordings)
Juliana Hatfield Three – Band Photo (American Laundromat Recordings)

Whatever, My Lovealong with exclusive bundle items (shirts, button), are available for pre-order at American Laundromat Records.
In support of their album, the group will tour North America in February and March of 2015 (details are TBA). To listen to the band’s catchy track “If I Could,” listen to the audio below:

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