BOSTON, MA – The Juliana Hatfield Three has reformed with the original lineup of Todd Philips (drums), Dean Fisher (bass), and Juliana Hatfield (guitar, vocals, keyboards, percussion) to release their sophomore album Whatever, My Love available February 17th on American Laundromat Records.


Recorded at Nuthouse Recording in Hoboken, NJ and co-produced by Hatfield and Tom Beaujour (Nada Surf, Guided By Voices, Minor Alps), the twelve songs on Whatever, My Love are  gorgeous and punk, sleazy and sweet, unsentimental and funny. Hatfield, humble as always, acknowledges that, “We haven’t totally reinvented the wheel or anything” with this new album and that the recordings exhibit “stuff I am sort of known for, I guess”: a guitar-centric melodicism and lyrical examinations of emotional confusion. “But I am a lot more confident now than I was then with the first album…”

Whatever, My Love comes 21 years after the trio’s Become What You Are debuted on Atlantic Records. The 1993 album was an influential force of uncompromising, original guitar pop/rock and secured a permanent place in alternative rock history with the radio hits “My Sister” and “Spin The Bottle.”

With their new  album, The Juliana Hatfield Three has in a sense responded to its former directive to “become what you are” by making an album that is exactly what it wants to be, identifiable in its acceptance—and celebration–of the eternally unknowable and unsolvable. The music is fresh and inspired; fully present and alive.


In the years since Become What You Are, Juliana Hatfield’s musical output has never slackened; on various major and independent labels, she has released an average of one album a year, solo and with other projects (Some Girls, Blake Babies, Minor Alps). Todd Philips has had a successful career in the film industry in L.A. and has also recently been touring as the drummer for the Lemonheads. Dean Fisher has been playing music in the Boston area, most notably with Tanya Donelly, and Dylan in the Movies.


Whatever, My Love is available for pre-order at American Laundromat Records (ALR-Music.com).


Photo Credits: Johnny Anguish/Daykamp Music

The Juliana Hatfield Three will be on tour in the U.S. in February and March. Confirmed tour dates as follows:

Feb 26                    Portland, ME                     Port City Music Hall

Feb 27                    Boston, MA                        The Sinclair

Mar 01                   New York, NY                    The Bowery Ballroom

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Mar 03                   Philadelphia, PA               Boot & Saddle

Mar 04                   Washington, DC               Black Cat

Mar 06                   Cleveland, OH                   Music Box Supper Club

Mar 07                   Chicago, IL                        Lincoln Hall

Mar 08                   St. Paul, MN                     Turf Club

Mar 11                   Seattle, WA                        Tractor Tavern

Mar 12                   Portland, OR                     Doug Fir Lounge

Mar 14                   Napa, CA                            City Winery Napa

Ma r15                   San Francisco, CA            The Chapel

Mar 16                   Los Angeles, CA                The Roxy Theatre



1. Invisible

2. Now That I Have Found You

3. Ordinary Guy

4. If Only We Were Dogs

5. I’m Shy

6. Dog On A Chain

7. If I Could

8. Push Pin

9. Blame The Stylist

10. I Don’t Know What To Do With My Hands

11. Wood

12. Parking Lots


Recent Press Links:

Consequence of Sound: 12/11 posted news and song stream


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Rolling Stone.com: posted song and news 12/11


Mxdwn.com: 12/12 posted news and song stream


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