It's here! Our new EP, DIRECTIONS, is out today!
When writing this record, we explored a new creative process, starting with strong, anthemic drums as the impetus for each song. We set out to create music for blasting loud in your car with the windows down while singing along at the top of your lungs, which has always been a kind of self-care for us. We hope these songs can be uplifting, especially in these times of deep political, social and emotional unrest.
The EP was recorded at Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco with producer and engineer Stevland McDowell (The Head and The Heart). Featured on the album are SF Bay Area musicians Aaron Kierbel (drums), Darren Johnston (trumpet), Joe Lewis (bass), Scott Griffin Padden (bass), Mia Nardi-Huffman (violin) and Gerry Grosz (piano).
The incredible album art for DIRECTIONS is by mixed-media artist Danielle Krysa (creator of the popular blog, The Jealous Curator, and author of Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk). We fell in love with Danielle's original work entitled, “HOLIDAY SCHMOLIDAY – EDITH PUT THE PEDAL TO THE METAL AND HEADED FOR THE COMFORTS OF HOME.” (Mixed Media on Paper, 2017) because it captures the vibrant tone and adventurous spirit of the songs on DIRECTIONS.
We're really proud of these songs and hope they move you. Find it on iTunes or Spotify!