HomepageBackgroundSmallest.jpg

COLD SNAP

New album produced by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, First Aid Kit)
With performances by Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst and members of The Faint and Cursive
Out June 17 on New West Records

News

 

TWITTER

Instagram

ADM_8.JPEG

Tour DATES

VIDEO

EmptyPlate2RE.jpg

PRESS

“D’Amato sings and writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter” - NPR

“Brilliant.” - BBC

“Turns heartbreak into cheery folk.” - SPIN

“Strikes every right note, incorporating classic folk, pop and and even a little punk rebellion.” - USA TODAY

"“Brings to mind Simon and Garfunkel’s more amped-up moments.” - Entertainment Weekly

“Catchy.” - TIME

"Echoes with early Bob Dylan." - UNCUT

“D’Amato has a way with words.” - BILLBOARD

“A rich sound that has as much depth as it does popular appeal.” - PASTE

“Jauntily fatalistic.” - NY MAG

“Self assured and deceptively mature.” - WORLD CAFE

“Soulful.” - The Wall Street Journal

"Needs to be played on repeat." - REFINERY 29

"A rich sound that has as much depth as it does popular appeal." - PASTE

"Acoustic tranquility." - NY DAILY NEWS

ABOUT

Produced by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, First Aid Kit) and recorded with an Omaha all-star team of musicians including Conor Oberst and members of Bright Eyes, The Faint, and Cursive, 'Cold Snap' is Anthony D'Amato's most ambitious, incisive, and sophisticated collection yet, with a larger-than-life sound propelled by dual drummers, explosive guitars, infectious hooks, and erudite lyrics. Written primarily during a touring hiatus forced by a broken finger, the songs explore the schisms between perception and reality, projection and truth, who we are and how we're seen.

The record follows D'Amato's 2014 New West debut, 'The Shipwreck From The Shore,' which was inspired in part by his time studying with the Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish poet Paul Muldoon and earned raves on both sides of the pond, with NPR lauding that "he writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter" and Uncut proclaiming that his songwriting "echoes with early Bob Dylan." USA Today declared that the album "strikes every right note," SPIN praised the way he "turns heartbreak into cheery folk," and Entertainment Weekly said the music "calls to mind Simon & Garfunkel's more amped-up moments." Songs from the record collectively cracked more than two million plays on Spotify and turned up on ABC's hit series Nashville, while the album earned additional love everywhere from the New York Times and WSJ to NY Mag and Billboard. D'Amato hit the road hard for a year straight to promote the album, touring on three continents and sharing bills with Ben Folds, Josh Ritter, Rhett Miller, Justin Townes Earle, Bleachers, and more along the way, as well as performing at the Americana Festival in Nashville (where his set was listed among NPR's favorite performances of the year) and Mumford & Sons' Gentleman of the Road Stopover.

Prism.jpg

CONTACT

Press: Shore Fire Media + New West Records

Bryant Kitching & Matt Hanks (Shore Fire)
Tim Plumley (New West)

Management: Pioneer Management
Sue Berger

Label: New West Records
George Fontaine, Jr.

Artist
Anthony D'Amato

US Booking Agent: New Frontier
Peter Loomis, 615-321-6152