JAYE JAYLE’S ‘NO TRAIL AND OTHER UNHOLY PATHS’ IS OFFICIALLY RELEASED TODAY VIA SARGENT HOUSE; Extensive worldwide tour dates with Emma Ruth Rundle announced for this Fall.

"...a  devilish meeting of spirits that feels like being adrift at sea, awed  by the beauty but a little scared about how you’re getting  home.” - PASTE MAGAZINE
"That Lynchian darkness is on full display... along with a sizable helping of Nick Cave-ian heaviness. The song unfurls like the gnarled roots of an old oak, burrowing its way into your skull through its hypnotically unrelenting repetition.” - STEREOGUM
"The dark Americana storytelling qualities in the music of Jaye Jayle… bare something very Lynchian, but also completely original too.” - DESTROY/EXIST
"...I will probably never shut up telling anyone within earshot to pick this up and lose themselves in its many folds and terrifying trails and hallways. And even though there are many hidden markers and signs left by others, there really isn’t anything like this. Not even the bits you think you know.” - ECHOES & DUST
"Although bereft of crashing noise ‘No Trail…’ is luscious, emotional, dirty, despairing, and brings a host of influences into a melting pot of diseased loneliness and hedonism the like of which Dorian Gray would revel in. Emotive, cold, utterly fantastic.” - GHOST CULT
No Trail and Other Unholy Pathsthe wickedly original new album from Jaye Jayle is officially released today via Sargent House, and is now streaming in its entirety. Jaye Jayle are also supporting Emma Ruth Rundle on forthcoming live dates that were announced this week alongside new album news - see the full listings below.
Produced by Dean HurleyDavid Lynch’s music supervisor of the last twelve years, No Trail And Other Unholy Paths has transcended the album format, elevating itself to a choose-your-own-adventure experience. Patterson notes that the album bears no specific beginning or ending—Side A and Side B are meant to be interchangeable. The album could open with the fluttering instrumental “No Trail,” or the slow burning synths of “As Soon As Night,” even the spectral push-pull of “Marry Us,” featuring partner Emma Ruth Rundle’s spellbinding vocals. Regardless of track sequencing, No Trail And Other Unholy Paths is an album that drives its aural dimensions to the absolute threshold — and then some.
No Trail And Other Unholy Paths is available now via Sargent House here.
No Trail And Other Unholy Paths — Track Listing: 
1. No Trail Path One
2. No Trail Path Two
3. Ode To Betsy
4. Accepting
5. As Soon As Night
6. Cemetery Rain
7. Marry Us
8. Low Again Street
Jaye Jayle live dates with Emma Ruth Rundle: 
September 15 Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar 
September 16 Detroit, MI @ El Club 
September 17 Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s 
September 19 Portsmouth, NH @ The Press Room 
September 20 Allston, MA @ Great Scott 
September 21 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus 
September 22 Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA 
September 23 Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery 
September 24 Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Cafe 
September 25 Chicago, IL @ The Empty Bottle 
October 6 Lille, FR @ Aeronef 
October 7 Colmar, FR @ Grillen 
October 9 Bermeo, ES @ Beleza Malandra Ateneo Kulturala 
October 10 Oviedo, ES @ Lata de Zinc 
October 11 Porto, PT @ Passos Emanuel 
October 12 Lisbon, PT @ Music Box 
October 13 Madrid, ES @ Changó 
October 16 Marseille, FR @ TBD
October 17 Zurich, CH @ Rote Fabrik 
October 18 Leipzig, DE @ UT Connevits 
October 19 Prague, CZ @ TBD 
October 20 Köln, DE @ Gebade 9 
October 21 München, DE @ Milla 
October 23 Berlin, DE @ Bi Nuu 
October 24 Hamburg, DE @ Hafenklang 
October 25 Malmo, SE @ Plan B 
October 26 Oslo, NO @ BLÄ 
October 27 Stockholm, SE @ Strindbergs Intima 
October 28 Gothenborg, SE @ Skjul Fyra Sex/Skjulet 
October 29 Copenhagen, DK @ Hotel Cecil 
October 31 Rotterdam, NL @ Rotown 
November 1 Groningen, NL @ Vera 
November 2 Paris, FR @ Petit Bain 
November 3 Manchester, UK @ Soup Kitchen 
November 4 Bristol, UK @ Rough Trade 
November 6 Glasgow, UK @ Stereo 
November 7 Newcastle, UK @ The Cluny 
November 8 London, UK @ Oslo 
November 30 Nashville, TN @ The High Watt 
December 1 Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn 
December 3 Dallas, TX @ Double Wide 
December 4 Austin, TX @ Barracuda 
December 6 Albuquerque, NM @ Sister 
December 7 Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar 
December 9 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo 
December 10 San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop 
December 12 Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios 
December 13 Seattle, WA @ Barboza 
December 15 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court 
December 16 Denver, CO @ Lost Lake 
December 17 Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room