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5 Music Influences Queen Of Jeans Turned To While Creating New Album ‘All Again’

Queen Of Jeans Summer 2024
[Photo by: Brooke Marsh]

As we embrace the second half of 2024, Queen Of Jeans is poised for a riveting remainder of the year. Today, the four-piece has unveiled their third studio record, All Again, a semi-conceptual 11-track collection that chronicles the delicate dance of a relationship’s beginnings and ends. All Again gleams with the band’s vulnerability, storytelling, and unvarnished honesty, serving as an eloquent obituary for love’s ebbs and flows, its highs and inevitable lows. The album shimmers with Queen Of Jeans‘ most exquisite songwriting and masterful instrumentation.

With All Again‘s release, vocalist Miri Devora and her bandmates have revealed the five sonic influences that inspired them during the album’s creation. Immerse yourself in All Again‘s shimmering and lively beauty below and explore the artists who ignited the band’s creative spark.

Rilo Kiley

Jenny Lewis has always been a songwriter I deeply admire, and I’ve loved Rilo Kiley since first listen. They’re a band that Mattie and I bonded over because we were influenced by their vocal and instrumental melodies and how they played so well off each other.

Linda Ronstadt

Linda Ronstadt’s voice has been an inspiration to me from a young age. I’ve always admired how she vocally mastered any genre. I also find her artistry so powerful because while she may have never written original songs, each song she arranged she made her very own, to the point that most people recognize her versions over the originals.

Jay Som

Not only is Jay Som an incredible project, but we respect and appreciate Melina Duterte as a producer as well. The electronic drums, guitars and bass work really shine in this song in particular.


We love Turnstile’s ability to seamlessly blend genres throughout their songs. The playfulness of their composition really encouraged us to add more elements to our newest record.

Remi Wolf

Remi Wolf has incredible energy and such a unique voice with a crazy range. Similar to Turnstile, I love how she blends so many different genres throughout her songs. It just makes you feel good.

Following an electrifying performance at the debut No Earbuds Fest on June 15 in Pomona, CA, put on by No Earbuds mastermind Jamie Coletta, Queen Of Jeans has a handful of headline shows lined up in July. They will then head out on the road this fall, supporting Movements with Turnover this September. You can check out their scheduled tour dates below and purchase tickets here

Tour Dates:

  • July 18—Somerville, MA @ The Rockwell
  • July 19—Kings County, NY @ Purgatory
  • July 20—Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA
  • July 21—Washington, DC @ Pie Shop
  • July 23—Nashville, TN @ DRKMTTR
  • July 24—Chicago, IL @ Hideout
  • July 25—Cleveland, OH @ CODA
  • Sept. 4—Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live!
  • Sept. 6—Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theater & Ballroom
  • Sept. 9—Albany, NY @ Empire Live
  • Sept. 10—Bethlehem, PA @ Musikfest
  • Sept. 11—New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall
  • Sept. 13—Montréal, Canada @ Théâtre Beanfield
  • Sept. 14—Ottowa, Canada @ Bronson Centre
  • Sept. 15—London, Canada @ London Music Hall
  • Sept. 17—Fort Wayne, IN @ Piere’s
  • Sept. 19—Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection
  • Sept. 20—Madison, WI @ The Sylvee
  • Sept. 21—Maplewood, MN @ Myth Live
  • Sept. 23—Winnipeg, Canada @ The Park Theatre
  • Sept. 25—Edmonton, Canada @ Union Hall
  • Sept. 26—Calgary, Canada @ The Palace Theatre
  • Sept. 28—Vancouver, Canada @ The Pearl
  • Sept. 29—Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory Concert House
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