ALBUM ART

Artwork for the long-awaited John-Ross Boyce and His Troubles album, Black Shuck/Old Crow, out later this month. This is some of the most visceral, intelligent and important music I’ve heard in some time and it’s been quite the catharsis for me to listen to the songs over and over and over again and make the artwork to accompany their messages.

The music, like its subject matter, is at once rough, raw and dark, yet very playful. Mischievous. How fitting that they are called the Troubles. The band is already a legend of sorts in Provo and Salt Lake, known for their stage antics and for connecting with their crowds like no one else. It’s folk music. It’s black metal. It’s gypsy-rock. It’s addicting.



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  1. […] Crow” comes out just two weeks from today! About a month and a half ago I posted the artwork I made for the album, and I’ve just finished making flyers for the release […]

  2. […] making several concert posters, album art, and even a Christmas card for their band, John-Ross Boyce and His Troubles are still asking for […]

  3. […] band John Ross Boyce and His Troubles didn’t learn their lesson after I made the album artwork for “Black Shuck, Old Crow”, and they asked me to make a logo for their […]

  4. […] count myself lucky to have made a few concert posters for the group, as well as their band logo, album artwork, and even a Christmas card. Needless to say, I jumped at the chance to make a poster for their […]



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