Original photo by Hashem Al Madani & Akram Zaatari
Courtesy of the Arab Image Foundation
Re-photography and treatment by Charles-André Coderre

After touring extensively over the past several months, Jerusalem In My Heart is thrilled to announce a new series of dates for early 2019. Catch the gripping Montréal-Beirut duo live at the Museum of Modern Art in Fort Worth and at select cities across the EU, with more shows to be announced soon:

30.01.19 Namur, BE Belvédère
31.01.19 Amsterdam, NL De School
01.02.19 Berlin, DE Hau Theatre @ CTM Festival
02.02.19 Brussels, BE Beursschouwburg
04.02.19 Liège, BE KulturA
05.02.19 Baden, CH One Of A Million Festival
07.02.19 Gent, BE Vooruit
07.03.19 Fort Worth, TX Museum of Modern Art
20.03.19 Brooklyn, NY Elsewhere
21.03.19 Philadelphia, PA PhilaMOCA
22.03.19 Durham, NC Duke Coffeehouse
23.03.19 Knoxville, TN Big Ears Festival
25.03.19 Rock Island, IL Rozz Tox
26.03.19 Chicago, IL Empty Bottle
28.03.19 Hamilton, ON This Ain’t Hollywood


Jerusalem In My Heart has received strong acclaim for their latest album, Daqa’iq Tudaiq, and also for their captivating audio-visual live show. With custom 16mm video projections from Charles-André Coderre, JIMH’s live performance is a deeply moving multimedia experience. Get a taste of Coderre’s gorgeous aesthetic with the video for “Thahab, Mish Roujou’, Thahab”:




Jerusalem In My Heart
Daqa’iq Tudaiq

180gLP / CD / DL


Praise for Daqa’iq Tudaiq:

“Beautiful, beguiling, astonishing. A transcendent entry point into a world of shared culture, one without borders in which ideas are freely exchanged” A CLOSER LISTEN
“Exhilarating. a revelation of sorrow that goes beyond all language – with JIMH providing an articulate, angry and poetic voice for the mess we’re in.” NEW INTERNATIONALIST
“Blends virtuosity with unbridled inventiveness in composition, songwriting and collaboration to create an evocative and richly referential body of work. Reflects a wider motif of duality, and just how brilliantly music can mediate these poles, particularly when it comes to understanding the modernity of the Arab world.” THE WIRE (Feature Review)