Jay Brannan Returning With Rob Me Blind

Jay Brannan has set a March 27, 2012 release date for his sophomore album Rob Me Blind.

Jay released his critically lauded debut album goddamned in 2008, but first gained attention with his role in John Cameron Mitchell's 2006 indie film Shortbus, where he performed his original song, "Soda Shop."

For his sophomore effort, Jay teams up with Grammy-winning producer David Kahne (Regina Spektor, Paul McCartney, The Bangles), who brings instrumental textures to Jay's songwriting, hinting at a slightly new direction for the minimalist artist while maintaining the signature qualities of a Jay Brannan album: brutal honesty, sharp wit, and sparkling melodies. Lyrically, the album follows the singer through states of loneliness, anger, rejection, and yearning, while somehow offering a glimpse of hope and self-acceptance.

Rob Me Blind Track Listing:
1. Everywhere There's Statues
2. Beautifully
3. The Spanglish Song
4. Rob Me Blind
5. Greatest Hits
6. La La La
7. Denmark
8. Myth of Happiness
9. The State of Music
10. A Love Story

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