Jeffrey Lewis is an American singer-songwriter and comic book artist.
|Birth name:||Jeffrey Lewis|
|Born:||Nov 20, 1975, New York City, United States|
|Genres:||Anti-folk, folk punk, indie rock|
|Labels:||Rough Trade, Don Giovanni Records|
|Associated acts:||Schwervon, Kimya Dawson, Major Matt Mason USA, Jack Lewis, Adam Green, Diane Cluck|
|Website:||Jeffrey Lewis's Official site|
About Jeffrey Lewis
Antifolk singer known for his complex lyrics and his nihilistic worldview and has released singles like "Back When I Was Four."
He played in bars and coffee shops around Austin, Texas and at open mic nights while making a living with odd jobs.
He wrote the graphic novel Watchmen for his senior college thesis and created his own comic book series called Fuff.
He grew up in Manhattan's Lower East Side; the landmarks of neighborhood are frequently mentioned in his songs.
He collaborated on a few tracks with Kimya Dawson and the Dirty Peaches.
Information related to Jeffrey Lewis
- Anti-folk musicians
- Don Giovanni Records artists
- State University of New York at Purchase alumni
- Rough Trade Records artists
- American folk singers