Two minutes in, shortly before it finishes, the pace changes suddenly and draws you into this new single from Kacy & Clayton; it’s a good example of the quality of their song writing. ‘That Sweet Orchestra Sound’ is the final song from recent album ‘Carrying On’, which was produced by Jeff Tweedy (Wilco). The Canadian … Continue reading “Video: Kacy & Clayton “That Sweet Orchestra Sound””
“Should’ve married for money, like any woman in her right mind would do / instead I settled for love and don’t you know that that’s the worst thing you can do.” So begins ‘The Forty-Ninth Parallel’, the opening track on ‘Carrying On’, the new album from Canadian country/folk duo – and second cousins – Kacy & Clayton, … Continue reading “Kacy & Clayton “Carrying On” (New West, 2019)”
‘That Sweet Orchestra Sound’ is the new single by Canadian psych-folk second-cousins Kacy & Clayton. The track is taken from the new album ‘Carrying On’, due out via New West Records on 4th October. The 10-song album was produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and recorded by Tom Schick at The Loft, Wilco’s recording studio and … Continue reading “Kacy and Clayton announce UK dates for 2020, release new single”
From their latest album “Carrying On“, produced by Jeff Tweedy and out on October 4th, comes this slightly eerie, cinematic song from the Canadian folk duo. A wonderful video too.
Canadian folk/roots duo Kacy & Clayton have announced details of a new album ‘Carrying On’ which is due out via New West Records on 4th October 2019. The 10-song album has been produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and recorded by Tom Schick at The Loft, Wilco’s recording studio and rehearsal space in Chicago.
When an album cover brings to mind the swirling pop art of the hippy revolution of the 60s it creates an expectation of what might be expected from the music contained within. Hailing as they do from rural Canada, cousins Kacy Anderson and Clayton Linthicum (ex Deep Dark Woods) have brought swirling guitars and haunting … Continue reading “Kacy & Clayton “The Siren’s Song” (New West Records, 2018)”
Taken from their new album The Siren’s Song, out on April 27th, this is a summery groove with a hint of psychedelia from Kacy & Clayton They’re on tour in the UK in May and the rest of Europe in April. Dates below.
If you go down to the Deep Dark Woods today, you’d better not close your eyes as the Canadian band drop anchor on our fair shores next week for a series of dates in support of their latest album ‘Yarrow’ which is out now on Sx Shooter Records. The band, returning after a four-year hiatus, will … Continue reading “Deep Dark Woods arrive in UK next week for dates”
A place of which it was once said: “Saskatoon’s got nothing but hookers and hockey players,” the northern Canadian outpost of only around 300,000 denizens is now shaking off any past negative association with a seemingly unstoppable array of creative musical talent emerging from the city recently, whether that be The Deep Dark Woods, Colter … Continue reading “The Sheepdogs, The Lexington, London, 11th April 2018”
If you’re looking for a vocal that’s as clear as a mountain stream then Dori Freeman has the vocal you’re chasing. On Letters Never Read she defines a modern form of Appalachian country – there’s no affectation here but there’s a lot of variety. Her back story is worth recounting again – growing up in … Continue reading “Dori Freeman “Letters Never Read” (Blue Hens Music, 2017)”