Emerging Indiana-based band Durand Jones & The Indications' deluxe version of their acclaimed self-titled debut album will be released via Dead Oceans/Colemine Records. The album, which was originally released in 2016, received praise from The Philadelphia Inquirer, who called it, "Smartly restrained music steeped in the Deep South" and Paste, who said, "With a tingling rasp that screams James Brown and coos Otis Redding, Jones simply has to be heard to be believed on these vintage R&B pleas." Detroit Metro Times furthered, "Modern soul that pulls with as much power as Lee Fields and Charles Bradley." Of their debut, the band reflects, "Three years ago we spent every Sunday in our basement with a 4-track tape machine and a goal: record an album inspired by not only the ubiquitous titans of soul music but also the should-have-beens and the never-weres. With that modest target in mind, we released the record and booked one show marking the occasion. The reception we saw was both humbling and invigorating, and what started as a recording project, became a touring unit with larger aspirations."