Today, Daniel Knox has released “Evryman For Himself” via La Societe Expeditionnaire, the second in a trilogy of albums which began with the self-released “Disaster” and will conclude with the forthcoming “Chasescene.”
Knox recorded the unique album, which finds him incorporating 1920s musical styles, at his home in Chicago.
In 2007, Knox accompanied David Lynch on organ for the Chicago premier of “Inland Empire” at the Music Box Theater, where he also works as a projectionist. Tours of the U.S., U.K. and Ireland followed, as well as a performance with Rufus Wainwright and opera singer Jessye Norman. Two years ago he contributed vocals to Jarvis Cocker’s “Further Complications” album and shared stages with Cocker, Fiery Furncaes, A Hawk and a Hacksaw and Handsome Family.
He is currently on a tour of the U.K. and Ireland with Handsome Family and will being a U.S. tour with Judson Claiborne in late May. Knox, Judson Claiborone and Lewis & Clarke will perform at Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia on Wednesday, June 1 and at The Rock Shop in Brooklyn on Thursday, June 2.
daniel knox – evryman for himself (bathtub) from Daniel Knox on Vimeo.