Sargent Place will see a U.S. release in Spring of 2014.
In November 2013 Glitterhouse released Spain - The Morning Becomes Eclectic Session, a live studio recording from the world famous KCRW radio station in Santa Monica, CA, which features guest vocal and string appearances from The Haden Triplets (Petra, Tanya, and Rachel). The band celebrated with an extensive European tour.
Spain was founded in Los Angeles by Josh Haden (son of bass-playing jazz great Charlie Haden). Their debut, The Blue Moods Of Spain was released in 1995. The band garnered a devoted cult following and they toured the U.S., Europe, and Australia. They performed on French TV, and opened for Cocteau Twins during their final U.S. tour. Spain’s song “Spiritual” was recorded by Johnny Cash on his Grammy-winning, Rick Rubin-produced Unchained, and by Charlie Haden and Pat Metheny on their Grammy-winning Beyond The Missouri Sky.
Spain’s 1999 sophomore CD, She Haunts My Dreams, found the band headlining large venues across Europe. A song from the album, “Every Time I Try” was picked by Academy Awards winning filmmaker Wim Wenders for the score of his movie “The End of Violence”, and the song “Our Love Is Gonna Live Forever” was featured prominently in an episode of the HBOseries Six Feet Under. The third CD, I Believe, was released in 2001, after which Haden took an extended break from the band.
In 2007 Josh reformed Spain with members of his live solo band: Randy Kirk on keyboards and guitars, and Matt Mayhall on drums. In 2010 lead guitarist Daniel Brummel joined the group, and 2012 saw the release of Spain’s first full-length album of new material in over ten years, The
Soul Of Spain (Glitterhouse). In late 2012, Omnivore Recordings released all three of Spain’s previous records on limited edition vinyl in North America.