Benjamin Lazar Davis (Okkervil River) Premieres New Song “Choosing Sides,” Debut Album “Nothing Matters” Out 5/4

Benjamin Lazar Davis (Okkervil River, Cuddle Magic) released his new single “Choosing Sides” today; the track will appear on his forthcoming solo debut album Nothing Matters. Listen here

Nothing Matters, which also features the previously released singles “A Love Song Seven Ways” and “Right Direction,” is out May 4 on 11A Records and is available for pre-order now.

Benjamin Lazar Davis will be on tour this spring in the UK in support of Anna & Elizabeth and the U.S. pulling double duty playing bass with and opening for Okkervil River.

4/19: C’mon Everybody (album release show) – Brooklyn, NY

5/03: Forest Arts Center – New Milton, UK ^

5/04: Quay Arts – Newport, UK ^

5/05: Marisa Jack & Davy –  Bedfordshire, UK ^

5/09: The Sugar Club – Dublin, Ireland ^

5/10: Howard Assembly Room – Leeds, UK ^

5/12: Sage Gateshead – Gateshead, UK ^

5/13: Traverse Theatre – Edinburgh, UK ^

5/14: Old Mill Gallery – Castle Douglas, UK ^

5/17: Cecil Sharp House – London, UK ^

5/20: Black Cat – Washington, DC *

5/21: Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC *

5/22: Aisle 5 – Atlanta, GA *

5/24: The Kessler – Dallas, TX *

5/25: The Heights – Houston, TX *

5/26: Mohawk – Austin, TX *

5/29: Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ *

5/31: Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles, CA *

6/01: Observatory – Santa Ana, CA *

6/02: Bimbo’s – San Francisco, CA *

6/04: Neumos – Seattle, WA *

^ supporting Anna & Elizabeth

* supporting Okkervil River

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