Jeffrey Foucault’s new album ‘Salt As Wolves’ receives great review from New York Times

JeffNewsJeffrey Foucault’s new album ‘Salt As Wolves’ receives a great review from The New York Times.

The Times says of the album, “…the singer-songwriter-producer Jeffrey Foucault sings in a rich, textured, word-smearing voice about subjects of burned-out middle age: love, lying, regret, highways, hauntings, escape, aloneness, forgiveness, the value of a simple thing, the void without it. In a writerly surge in the song ‘Des Moines’ about a musician’s unremarkable night on the road, he remembers ‘the goner’d streets and dying/sunset buildings/cut with shade.’ Mr. Foucault, who comes from Wisconsin and lives in western Massachusetts, is only 39. He’s a bit too good.”

To read the full review in The New York Times, click here

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