Jeremie Albino’s debut album ‘Hard Time’ is OUT NOW

By August 9, 2019 No Comments

Americana singer/songwriter Jeremie Albino has released his debut album Hard Time today on Sleepless Records. Jeremie also shared the official video for “Storm” this week – premiering on Billboard.

“I’m really proud of this record,” says Jeremie. “It’s been a lot of work and I’m excited to finally get it out into the world. This record is a good picture of all these stories I’ve been writing ever since I started making music. A lot of the inspiration came from my day to day, living and working out on farms, or just kinda growing up. All the years of voice memos, I’d sing to myself ideas, whether it be while I was out harvesting carrots, or while I was just sitting on the porch with a friend.”

Jeremie’s wildly impressive debut album includes previous singles Last Night, The Cabin, and Hard Time.

Stream, save and buy the album here.

“the track highlights Albino’s unique blend of rock ‘n’ roll, blues and Americana with a thumping beat and backing vocalists that bring to mind that of a gospel choir.” – Billboard 

Whether he’s playing rollicking old school rock’n’roll or delivering slower, grander tracks drawn together with poetic metaphor or narrative, this musician captures rapt attention and makes it seem effortless.” Exclaim

“Albino uses swinging rhythm laced with blues, rock, and an electrifying voice. It’s one of those songs that begs to be played on vinyl, full volume.”Earmilk 

“a rock and pop juggernaut that reflects the hearty musicianship of Nathaniel Rateliff and a throwback honkytonk sensibility. Albino appears to be the next in line of emotive band leaders that project soul and directness atop a head turning sound.”Glide

“Jeremie Albino is gaining recognition for his blues-infused soulful rock.” Relix

 “There is no fussy production strategy or studio trickery needed here, and this is what makes Americana so relatable. This is what roots music is all about.”
– Mother Church Pew

“old soul in a new age” – Blues Rock Review

Jeremie Albino will be an official showcasing artist at this year’s AmericanaFest in Nashville, He also recently hit the road with JD McPherson, and will open for St. Paul and The Broken Bones later this fall. All tour dates and festival appearances can be found below.

Trading the booming metropolis of Toronto for Prince Edward County, a decade of country living has given Jeremie the time and space needed to create an album overflowing with heart through vivid storytelling of life and love. Emulating the heroes before him like Lighting Hopkins and Skip James, Jeremie Albino offers a soft and insightful touch with his folk songs, and stomps and swaggers through soulful rock ‘n’ roll. Letting his heart lead the way, Hard Time tells vivid stories of “love, life, people, and another time,” as Jeremie explains.


Aug 09 – London, ON – Call The Office #
Aug 24 – Picton, ON – The Regent Theatre ~
Sep 12 – Nashville, TN – AmericanaFest
Sep 15 – Vancouver, BC – Westward Festival %
Sep 18 – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe Live +
Sep 19 – Washington DC – Pearl Street Warehouse +
Sep 20 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge +
Sep 30 – Santa Ana Pueblo, NM – The Stage at Santa Ana Star Casino ^
Oct 01 – Tuscan, AZ – Rialto Theatre ^
Oct 03 – San Diego, CA – Humphreys Concerts By the Bay ^
Oct 04 – Los Angeles, CA – The Love Song
Oct 05 – Arcata, CA – Van Duzer Theatre ^
Oct 06 – Stateline, NV – MontBleu Casino Resort ^
Oct 08 – Bend, OR – Midtown Ballroom ^
Oct 11 – Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory ^
Oct 12 – Missoula, MT – The Wilma ^
Oct 13 – Boise, ID – The Knitting Factory ^
Oct 15 – Jackson Hole, WY – Center for the Arts ^
Oct 16 – Aspen, CO – Bell Up Aspen ^
Oct 17 – Fort Collins, CO – Washington’s ^

# Supporting JD McPherson
~ Supporting Dan Mangan
+ Maggie Koerner
^ Supporting St. Paul and The Broken Bones
% Supporting Mt. Joy

Tickets available here.