Colter Wall’s anticipated self-titled debut album enters the Billboard chart this week at #2 on “Heatseekers Albums” as well as #6 on the “Americana/Folk Albums” chart, #11 on the “Independent Current Albums” chart and #14 on the “Current Country Albums” chart.

Out now on Young Mary’s Record Co. via Thirty Tigers (available here), Colter Wall is receiving great critical acclaim…

“If Wall is the future of country music, I want that future now.” —Noisey

“Producer Dave Cobb shows his mastery by mostly staying out of the path of this talented freight train—one helluva debut.  — Rolling Stone

“…showcase the 21-year-old Wall as a disciple of songwriters like Townes Van Zandt, Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan.” —Rolling Stone

“…with his deep, husky voice and world-weary lyrics, may sound like a grizzled songwriting veteran, but the buzzed about new artist is actually only 21.” —American Songwriter

“All this helps makes Wall, who exudes an ancient, wise humanity, an up-and-coming Americana face worth watching.” American Songwriter

“Country music has a long history of murderous story-songs—just peep the back catalogs of Nashville’s holy trinity of Waylon, Willie, and Johnny—and newcomer Colter Wall aims to join their ranks with his slow-rolling ‘Kate McCannon.’” Entertainment Weekly

“Wall establishes his voice from the start, with the voice of a weary old folk singer mixed with the swagger of the legends of outlaw country such as Waylon Jennings.” No Depression

In celebration of the release, Wall will tour throughout 2017, including dates with Jamestown Revival. See below for details. Additional dates to be announced soon.

Produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb, the 11-track album was recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A. In addition to Wall on vocals and acoustic guitar and Cobb on acoustic guitar, the album features Chris Powell (Brent Cobb, Jamey Johnson) on drums, Robbie Turner (Waylon Jennings, Chris Stapleton) on pedal steel and Mike Webb (Southern Family) on piano.

Of the album, Wall comments, “I certainly feel like this record is far more mature than the EP in the content of the songs, stories and general sound. This record is a little more personal and most all the stories are true tales of my life.” He continues, “Dave’s a remarkable producer and equally impressive as a musician. Having both Dave the producer and Dave the player on this record felt like winning the lottery. I feel that way about everyone who played on this record. Kind of surreal really.”

A native of Swift Current, Saskatchewan Canada, Wall’s sound is comprised of resonate and raw baritone vocals, folk and bluegrass style guitar and banjo picking, steady kick-drum stomping, and visually provoking, story telling lyrics. Since debuting in 2015 with the release of his EP, Imaginary Appalachia, Wall has received overwhelming acclaim—Steve Earle declares, “Colter Wall is bar-none the best young singer-songwriter I’ve seen in twenty years,” while Rick Rubin, who recently signed Wall to his American Songs publishing company, proclaims, “Colter sings and writes songs in ways seemingly lost in time. There is an agelessness about him so unusual in someone so young.”

Additionally, Rolling Stone selected him as one of “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know,” praising, “Sounds Like: The rough-hewn rumblings of a 21 year-old Canadian millennial armed with the weathered voice, writing chops and bushy facial hair of his 1970s country favorites.” Moreover, Wall’s song, “Sleeping On The Backtop,” was recently featured on the soundtrack of the Oscar-nominated film, “Hell or High Water.” The track has gone on to garner over one million streams on Spotify.

For more information, please contact Asha Goodman 615.320.7753, Cami Opere 212.741.1000 or Carla Sacks 212.741.1000 at Sacks & Co.

1. Thirteen Silver Dollars (Colter Wall)
2. Codeine Dream (Colter Wall)
3. Me and Big Dave (Colter Wall)
4. Motorcycle (Colter Wall)
5. Kate McCannon (Colter Wall)
6. W.B.’s Talkin (Colter Wall)
7. Snake Mountain Blues (Townes Van Zandt)
8. You Look To Yours (Colter Wall)
9. Transcendent Ramblin’ Railroad Blues (Colter Wall)
10. Fraulein (feat. Tyler Childers, traditional folk song)
11. Bald Butte (Colter Wall)

*appearing with Jamestown Revival

June 4 /// Atlanta, GA /// Park Tavern*
June 6 /// Birmingham, AL /// Saturn*
June 7 /// Nashville, TN /// The Cannery*
June 8 /// Saxapahaw, NC /// Haw River Ballroom*
June 9 /// Washington, DC /// 9:30 Club*
June 11 /// Cleveland, OH /// Grog Shop*
June 13 /// Milwaukee, WI /// Shank Hall*
June 14 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Fine Line Music Café*
June 15 /// Chicago, IL /// Park West*
July 7 /// Somerset, KY /// Master Musicians Festival 
July 23 /// Greensburg, PA /// The Palace
July 28 /// Sugar Creek, MO /// LaBenite Riverfront Park
September 22-23 /// Franklin, TN /// Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival