A lovely video for one of the best songs on the mighty Jason Isbell’s latest album The Nashville Sound. UK dates in October.
Now this is rather good. A gorgeous lush sound and a brilliant song.
Clearly somewhat influenced by Stick In The Wheel, which is no bad thing, the Bara Bara Band deliver a fine updating of an old broadside ballad about the great Samuel Plimsoll, taken from their forthcoming album The Seeds Inside (The Grapes upon The Vine) which is due out on September 15th.
A bit of dirty rock’n’roll to blow the cobwebs away from JD McPherson from his forthcoming album Undivided Heart And Soul.
A slightly late outing for this beautiful song from Jarrod Dickenson, taken from his new album Ready The Horses, out on September 29th. He’s also on tour in the UK in October and shouldn’t be missed.
And this week’s retro video slot is ably filled by Son Volt’s marvellous Windfall, filmed live in 1996. Have a great weekend and may the wind take your troubles away.
The new single from House Above The Sun, out on September 1st, recalls both Television and Son Volt, which is pretty good in our book. Great video too.
The stop motion video here is just amazing, and the Father’s song is superb, a picture of a future after environmental disaster and it’s not pretty.
Cosmic cowboy and Americana-uk favourite Aaron Lee Tasjan has a new single out and a excellent and suitably left field video to accompany it.
Australian legend Paul Kelly’s new album, Life Is Fine, is out on August 11th, and this is the first single taken from it, accompanied by an ever so slightly strange video…