Victor Krummenacher, the San Francisco-based co-founder of indie rock icons Camper Van Beethoven, has taken time away from the still very active band (two albums and tours in the last year and a half) in order to record a solo album titled Hard To See Trouble Coming.
Set for release in early January, the collection of ten original songs highlights his love of the blues, country rock and folk traditions. Co-Produced by Victor and renowned pedal steel player/long-time collaborator Bruce Kaplan (of American Music Club), Hard To See Trouble Coming showcases Krummenacher in the role of pensive lead singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist venturing beyond the bass and for the first time in his long and distinguished solo career, playing guitar—Fender Strat, Martin D18 & Jazzmaster—throughout. The songs are a vivid distillation of decades of artistry—from the freewheeling CVB punk aesthetic to a Gram Parsons-like exploration of “cosmic country.”
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