Storyteller and guitar virtuoso Glenn Jones first picked up the acoustic guitar at the age of 14. A master of American Primitive Guitar, Jones draws from the style invented by John Fahey in the late 1950s. He’s also know for making up his own tuning, hoping, in his own words, “that what you hear are not the tunings and partial capos and all that, but the music — the feeling within these pieces.”
The guitarist is ready to unveil the follow-up to his 2013’s My Garden State. Fleeting marks his sixth solo album and it drops on March 18th via Thrill Jockey.
On Fleeting, and as the label describes, the guitarist “reflects on the brevity — the fleetingness — of all things, while also looking towards the future”.
‘Flower Turned Inside-Out’ is one of the gorgeous and engaging tracks lifted from the album. Take a listen now.