Dolour

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Dolour
Shane Tutmarc of Dolour.JPG
Shane Tutmarc of Dolour
Background information
OriginSeattle, Washington, U.S.
GenresIndie pop
Years active1997–2007, 2017
LabelsQuince Records
Made In Mexico Records
Fugitive Recordings
Sonic Boom Recordings
Associated actsU.S.E.
Fleet Foxes
The Divorce
Vendetta Red
MembersShane Tutmarc

Dolour was a band led by Shane Tutmarc of Seattle, Washington.

History[edit]

Dolour was formed in Seattle, Washington, releasing their debut 7" in December 1997 on Theory Records, and two self-released EPs before releasing their first album Waiting For A World War in April 2001 on Sonic Boom Records. By the release of Waiting for a World War, Dolour had become a solo project for Tutmarc. Tutmarc recorded Suburbiac, released on Fugitive Records in 2002, with producer Aaron Sprinkle. The self-produced New Old Friends (2004) was released on Made In Mexico Records in November 2004. In 2005, A Matter of Time: 2000-2005, an anthology, was released by Japanese label Quince Records. During 2004-2006 Dolour produced two separate albums, Hell or Highwater and Storm & Stress, which were combined and released on Japanese label Quince Records as The Years in the Wilderness in 2007.

Tutmarc began a side project,[1] in early 2007 called Shane Tutmarc & The Traveling Mercies. On December 6, 2007, Tutmarc announced the end of Dolour as he focused his efforts on this new project.[2]

In November 2017, Dolour released two new songs.

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • CPR (2003) - Promo CDEP for the forthcoming New Old Friends. Featuring "(Why Don't You] Come Around" later released on "A Matter of Time" collection.

Collection

  • A Matter of Time: 2000-2005 (2005) - Featuring songs from the first three albums, plus the previously unreleased title-track, and rarities. Quince Records (Japan)

Singles[edit]

  • The Shivering/That Dreadful Anthem 7" (1997) Produced by Aaron Sprinkle. Theory Records
  • Iceland/The Ballad 7" (2001) - Pre-Suburbiac versions of Iceland, and The Ballad AKA "So Done With You". West of January Records.
  • All Winter Long/Christmas With My Baby (2017) - Dolour 20th anniversary holiday single.

Compilations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shane Tutmarc finds healing in his roots". Archived from the original on 2009-08-30. Retrieved 2009-12-23.
  2. ^ "Dolour calling it quits." Absolutepunk.net. December 6, 2007.

External links[edit]

Interviews