But before getting down to disc details, the Magnolia Electric Co. frontman takes a one night detour to London in April, en route to play a Spanish festival.
The first album, called 'Let Me Go, Let Me Go, Let Me Go', starts life as a tour only goodie (so bring extra dosh with you on the 5th!) and is Molina alone in the tradition of his Pyramid Electric Co. release. It was recorded with engineer, Jim Zespy at his studio, The Projects in Bloomington, Indiana and will eventually get an official release later in the year.
'The Nashville Moon' is the second one out of the traps and is scheduled for September. As Magnolia Electric Co., it's a full band job and was recorded in Chicago at Steve Albini's Electrical Audio studios before being mastered at Abbey Road.
Curently answering to the name, 'The Black Ram', the last of the three is again listed as Magnolia Electric Co. but with a totally different line up and was made with David Lowery (of Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven) at his Sound Of Music Studios in Richmond, Virginia.
So to end this flurry of activity, here are the titles for the first newy, 'Let Me Go, Let Me Go, Let Me Go'.
1. It's Easier Now
2. Everything Should Try Again
3. Alone With The Owl
4. Don't It Look Like The Rain
5. Some Things Never Try
6. It Must Be Raining There Forever
7. Get Out, Get Out, Get Out
8. It Costs You Nothing