On “Men of Blue & Grey,” Hunt builds a gorgeous and plaintive narrative inspired by the life of acclaimed Civil War photo-documentarian Mathew Brady and uses his works as a way to envision life and renewal through death and destruction.
On their latest single, “Purple Too,” they fashion a mesmerizing mix of acoustic pop arrangements, orchestral theatricality and pastoral rhythms — all wrapped up with a video that explores a sprawling collection of urban and rural wildernesses.
Lawson offers a glimpse of his new EP with “Wolf by the Tail,” a track that deals with the consequences of toxic relationships and how we often cling to idealistic archetypes rather than to the realities of a flawed human being.
Armstrong recently released the video for “St. Lucia,” a minimalist acoustic wonder that echoes with the pluck of guitar strings, subtle piano rhythms, martial percussion and a voice that burrows deep inside the caverns of your body.
On the title track from their forthcoming record, Nathan & Jessie wander through a distinctly Parisian environment, an openhearted space filled with blissful accordion, clean guitar rhythms and gorgeous harmonies which sashay through a loping percussive shuffle.
With “Wires,” the lead single from the upcoming album, O’Leary and her musical cohorts have channeled the spirits of bands like The Breeders and Pixies to create a distorted rock whirlwind filled with shoegaze impulses and indie rock tenacity.
Earlier this year, Stoned Cold Fox performed at Songbirds in Chattanooga and tested out some new material for the audience — among those new songs was “Bad Dog,” a jolting brew of classic rock archetypes that found the band exploring the limits of the genre.