Something for the weekend: Dave Hause “Sandy Sheets”

Well that’s it from us for another week dear reader and we leave you with the first track to be released from the new album by Philadelphia-raised singer-songwriter Dave Hause, ‘Sandy Sheets’. The album ‘Blood Harmony’, due October 22nd, is produced by Will Hoge and features a first-class assemblage of musicians including members of The E Street Band, and others known for their work with The Highwomen, Brandi Carlile, Sturgill Simpson and Jason Isbell among others.

‘Sandy Sheets’ is a breezy and nostalgic love letter to summers past, and tbh it just sounds great. “The New Jersey shore is about ninety minutes from Philadelphia, and it was as much traveling as I had done till I was about 18,” Hause recalls. “I can remember being a teenager there like it was yesterday, falling in and out of love each summer and listening to The Cure. ‘Let me remember you when it was easy’ felt like a good wish to have. Relationships, friendships, hometowns often end up messy and complicated over time, but there’s something magic about the start. As I get older, I just want to remember the feeling at the beginning, not the end.” Us too Dave – crying emoji. Have a good one.

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Mairi Ann Cullen

Thanks, Mark. It does sound great!