Pokey Lafarge

Represented by: Théo Quiblier

Electronic Press-Kit

Bio

“The man singing these songs isn’t exactly the same man who wrote them,” says Pokey LaFarge of Rock Bottom Rhapsody, his eighth and latest studio release. “This album is about the story of who I used to be.”

In early 2018, LaFarge — searching for the sort of artistic freedom and inspiration he wasn’t finding in the Midwest — relocated from his longtime home base of St. Louis, Missouri, to Los Angeles, California. New songs came quickly to LaFarge in his new environment, but new temptations soon found him, as well. Though he declines to get into specifics, LaFarge admits that he experienced a significant “fall from grace” during the last months of 2018. “Things sort of started to unravel in my mind,” he recalls. “I was letting evil spirits and demons rule me, and I came into certain agreements with them, and it took me down. I was giving too much power to the darkness, and I got in too deep, and I made some bad decisions. The reality of the situation is that I hit the closest to rock bottom that I ever had, and I’ve definitely had some hardships in my life.”

Tour

9
Aug
Pokey Lafarge
MusikfestwochenWinterthur CH
Canceled

Videos

Pokey LaFarge: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Pokey LaFarge | Something in the Water | Official Video | pokeylafarge.net
Pokey LaFarge - "Fuck Me Up" [Official Video]