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Watch and share Jackson Boone’s psychedelic new video

Thomas Bellflower

“Moonbeam” premiered at Vortex Magazine on Vimeo.

Their sophomore LP Natural Changes out 9/11/2015—West Coast tour dates below.

Share their second single “Moonbeam” premiered on Stereogum.
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Following the premiere of Jackson Boone’s latest single “Moonbeam,” we’re proud to share the accompanying video premiered on Vortex Magazine. Frontman and namesake of the band, Jackson Boone, describes shooting the video:We shot the intro to the video at a cave in the hills of L.A that Jim Morrison use to hang at. At 1:25 seconds in the video it shows a skull carved into the stone. Legend has it, that Jim Morrison himself carved that skull into the cave floor. I didn’t believe it either folks, but if you search “Jim Morrison skull cave” hella content pops up. The place had some evoked some feelingzzz! The place had some juju that’s for sure.    

Jackson Boone is a songwriter who quietly emerged from the misty magic of Portland, Oregon in late 2013. He made his first solo album Starlit in the basement of a green house in NE Portland, with the help of producer Riley Geare (Unknown Mortal Orchestra), bassist Randy Bemrose (Radiation City), Violinist Patti King (Radiation City), and a few close friends.

Immediately after Starlits release in September 2014, Boone, his five-piece live band (featuring members of Coma Serfs and Sinless), Bemrose, and Geare, packed up their stuff and headed to the beach, where they spent two weeks tracking a new record, Natural Changes. The group lived and recorded in his Grandfather’s orange-mod beach house, playing in front of huge ocean-front glass windows, consuming copious homemade tacos provided by videographer Ryan “Taco” Bell in the process.

The finished record maintains Boone and Geare’s tendency towards the psychedelic, this time marrying it with a floating feeling of indescribable catharsis. He and his band are planning a month-long national tour following Natural Changes’ September 2015 release.


Watch and share the making of documentary for Natural Changes premiered on Impose Magazine –

Share the lead single, “The Dolphin Turned Into a Cat” premiered on KEXP –


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09.09.15 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
09.10.15 – Boise, ID @ Neurolux
09.11.15 – Boulder, CO @ Club 156
09.12.15 – Denver, CO @ Rhinoceropolis
09.13.15 – Colorado Springs, CO @ The Triple Nickel
09.14.15 – Kansas City, KS @ The Union
09.15.15 – Des Moines, IA @ Mews Vaudevillian
09.16.15 – Minneapolis, MN @ Char Bar
09.17.15 – Milwaukee. WI @ Upper Level
09.18.15 – Chicago, IL @ Emporium
09.19.15 – Detroit, MI @ Elijah’s
09.22.15 – Nashville, TN @ The Five Spot
09.23.15 – Memphis. TN @ Murphy’s
09.24.15 – Oxford, MI @ The Blind Pig
09.25.15 – New Orleans, LA @ TBD
09.26.15 – Austin, TX @ TBD
09.27.15 – Austin, TX @ The Ghostcat Lounge
09.29.15 – Tucson, AZ @ TBD
09.30.15 – San Diego, CA @ TBD

10.01.15 – Los Angeles, CA @ Gnarburger
10.01.15 – Los Angeles, CA @ Warehouse Show
10.02.15 – San Francisco, CA @ Ellis Mile High Club
10.03.15 – Eugene, OR @ Black Forest

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