From their debut album ‘Some People I Know’ comes this lovely delicate song from The Brother Brothers with Sara Jarosz adding subtle harmonies and picking.
Now this, this is just wonderful. A slinky soulful song by Kurt Jorgensen and Brianna Tagg-Jorgensen from their forthcoming album ‘The Lexington Stretch‘, out on September 27th. If there’s any more like this one it (and there will be we’re sure), it’ll be an essential acquisition. They’re also playing a release show In St.Paul on September 14th.
Jesse Malin has shared the video for ‘Room 13’, the lead track from his Lucinda Williams-produced new album ‘Sunset Kids’, which is due out August 30th via Wicked Cool Records/Velvet Elk. Continue reading “Jesse Malin shares new video from forthcoming album – Watch”
Here’s a great video to accompany the equally great title track of Americana maverick Curtis Eller’s latest album, out now. If you only know him as a somewhat mad banjo player you might be surprised as there’s a real New Orleans feel and subtlety to it.
From her latest album, “Mint Condition“, this is a great song by Nashville singer-songwriter Caroline Spence. Nice video too.
This is from Molly Tuttle’s debut album “When You’re Ready“, which we quite liked here at AUK. This is a very radio-friendly pop-rock track that zips along in a very more-ish way. She’s got a few dates in the UK in October too.
This powerful take on the Big Country song is the new single from Karine Polwart’s latest album, ‘Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook‘, a selection of covers from fifty years of Scottish pop. This is wonderful and so’s the album – give it a listen and be converted.
We leave you this weekend dear reader with news of London americana maestros Curse of Lono who describe their sound as “Cinematic Southern Gothic Alt Rock” and have a new single out which you can peruse below. It’s taken from their album due a week today, ‘4am And Counting’, which consists of 11 mellow, rootsier versions of tracks from the band’s first two albums. The record features guest appearances from pedal steel player BJ Cole, and harmonica player Nick Reynolds. And there are some UK dates to peruse below. Don’t be cursed. Have a good one!
From their latest album ‘Four’, out on July 12th, this is Italian outfit Sunday Morning and a great song that’s part jangle, part pop, part rock and all good. We liked the album too here at AUK Towers.
This is the new single from The Dead South, from their album ‘Sugar And Joy‘, out in October. It’s bluegrass as we like it here at AUK Towers, it’s fun, and it has a fun video. What’s not to like?