Jacob Collier Releases “Djesse Vol. 4”

Jacob Collier: Djesse Vol. 4Multi-instrumentalist and musical genius Jacob Collier has completed his Djesse album series with the newly-released Djesse Vol. 4. The star-studded record covers an enormous amount of musical ground with jazz, pop, latin, and even some heavy metal.

Collier is joined by a who’s who of popular music: Brandi Carlile, John Mayer, Lizzy McAlpine, Lawrence, Michael McDonald, Shawn Mendes, Stormzy, Kirk Franklin, Camilo, John Legend, Tori Kelly, and more.

Collier performed the majority of the instruments – including bass – on the whole album, but he did have a little help. His longtime collaborator and touring bassist Robin Mullarkey contributed some bass to the opening track, “100,000 Voices,” as did Arch Echo bassist Joe Calderone. Additionally, several tracks feature the Metropole Orkest with bassists Arend Liefkes and Erik Winkelmann.

Check out Collier’s bass work on “Wherever I Go” with guests Lawrence and Michael McDonald.

Djesse Vol. 4 is out now on CD, vinyl and as a digital download (iTunes and Amazon MP3). As we previously reported, Jacob Collier will be on tour in North America from May to June with Mullarkey on bass. See below for dates.

Djesse Vol. 4 Track List:

  1. 100,000 Voices
  2. She Put Sunshine
  3. Little Blue (ft. Brandi Carlile)
  5. Cinnamon Crush (ft. Linsey Lomis)
  6. Wherever I Go (ft. Lawrence and Michael McDonald)
  7. Summer Rain (ft. Madison Cunningham and Chris Thile
  8. A Rock Somewhere (ft. Anoushka Shankar and Varijashree Venugopal)
  9. Mi Corazón (ft. Camilo)
  10. Witness Me (ft. Shawn Mendes, Stormzy, and Kirk Franklin)
  11. Never Gonna Be Alone (ft. Lizzy McAlpine and John Mayer)
  12. Bridge Over Troubled Water (ft. John Legend and Tori Kelly)
  13. Over You (ft. Aespa and Chris Martin)
  14. Box Of Stars Pt. 1 (ft. Kirk Franklin and Chika)
  15. Box Of Stars Pt. 2 (ft. Metropole Orkest, Suzie Collier, Steve Vai, and VOCES8)
  16. World O World

Jacob Collier 2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 22Toronto, ONCoca-Cola Coliseum^
Apr 23Montreal, QCPlace Bell^
Apr 24Boston, MAMGM at Fenway^
Apr 26New York, NYRadio City Music Hall^
Apr 29Philadelphia, PAThe Met^
May 1 Washington, D.C.The Anthem^
May 3 Charlotte, NCSkyla Credit Union Amp^
May 4 Atlanta, GACoca Cola Roxy^
May 6 St. Petersburg, FLDuke Energy Center - Mahaffey Theater^
May 7 Miami, FLFillmore^
May 9 New Orleans, LAFillmore^
May 11 Houston, TX713 Music Hall^
May 12 Austin, TXMoody Amphitheater^
May 13 Irving, TXToyota Music Factory^
May 16 Phoenix, AZArizona Financial Theatre^
May 18 San Diego, CACal Coast Credit Union OAT^
May 20 Los Angeles, CAThe Greek Theatre^
May 23 San Francisco, CABill Graham Civic Auditorium^
May 25 Portland, ORKeller Auditorium^
May 26 Seattle, WAParamount^
May 28 Salt Lake City, UTComplex#
May 29 Denver, COFillmore
May 31 Kansas City, MOKansas City Music Hall#
Jun 1 Maryland Heights, MOSaint Louis Music Park#
Jun 2 Nashville, TNGrand Ole Opry House#
Jun 4 Cincinnati, OHAndrew J Brady Music Center#
Jun 5 Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre#
Jun 6 Detroit, MIFillmore#
Jun 9 Chicago, ILAragon Ballroom#
Jun 10 Minneapolis, MNThe Armory#
Jun 12 Cleveland, OHJacobs Pavilion#*

^ with Kimbra
# with Emily King

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