PUJOL (Photo: Jamie Goodsell)(Photo: Jamie Goodsell)

Nashville’s Daniel Pujol been dubbed a lot of different things over the years – garage rocker, lo-fi poet, and scrappy punk kid, to name just a few. But however you want to label the man who goes by the simple moniker PUJOL, it’s clear he’s won himself some very influential fans. Jack White took him under his wing early on, producing PUJOL’s “Black Rabbit” b/w “Too Safe” 7-inch for release on Third Man Records in 2010, and he has been with Omaha-based label (and Oberst-family product) Saddle Creek since he first made noise on the scene.

Already off to a great start in 2014 with the release of his sophomore album Kludge, PUJOL is now back with a remix of his debut full-length UNITED STATES OF BEING, aptly titled REUNITED STATES OF BEING, and he’s continuing his seemingly unending tour with a U.S. leg that finds its way to the Bay in mid-October. Both shows find him supporting Screaming Females, first at 1-2-3-4 Go! Records on October 17, and then the very next night at SF’s Hemlock Tavern. The energy and personal nature of PUJOL’s live show will surely translate well to these intimate venues.

Stream REUNITED STATES OF BEING in its entirety below, and then get full details on both Bay Area PUJOL shows.

Screaming Females, PUJOL, Drawing Water
1-2-3-4 Go! Records
October 17, 2014

Screaming Females, PUJOL, Acid Fast
Hemlock Tavern
October 18, 2014
9pm, $10 (21+)