Charlie Peacock is an artist who refuses all labels. Throughout the years, Peacock has been involved in nearly every genre of the musical spectrum by both producing and creating compositions in highly varied categories. Now Peacock is back with a new album, No Man’s Land, his ninth solo album and first vocal recording in thirteen years.
Peacock refers to No Man’s Land as the “culmination of a lifetime of making music” that reaches deep into the roots of American music to garner its sound. An homage of sorts, the album is rich with memoirs of the past in the forms of pedal steel guitars and horn sections throughout.
No Man’s Land was recorded at Peacock’s home studio, The Art House, a restored hundred-year-old church in Nashville, Tennessee. Undoubtedly, this environment put its own stamp on the record. Peacock finds it fitting to record an album in a church having always been a “God-haunted” man.
Peacock has announced a brief fall tour, the dates for which are listed below.
Stream the album, available Oct. 2, below.
Charlie Peacock Tour Dates
2 - Nashville, Tenn. @ 3rd and Lindsley
4 - Boston, Mass. @ The Red Room at Café 939
5 - New York, N.Y. @ Rockwood Music Hall
6 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Tin Angel
7 - Ephrata, Pa. @ Ephrata Theater
11 - Livonia, Mich. @ Trinity House Theater
12 - Evanston, Ill. @ Evanston SPACE
13 - St. Paul, Minn. @ Art House North