Peter More and his bandmates are proud to debut their official video for "In the Basement", which premiered yesterday exclusively on Modern Vinyl. Both the song and video have an extensive background story, as the recording process was spread throughout several different locations and studios. The video is a montage of clippings from studio footage, concert shots and moments on the road. The camera follows the band as they travel through Mexico, Texas, California, Utah, Colorado, Woodstock and New York; including some footage from the tour dates where they accompanied Grace Potter.
The single, as well as the entire upcoming album, were produced by Steely Dan's Donald Fagen.
"I think Brian did a great job capturing the vibe and personality of the band throughout the various phases of the project with an immersive approach to filming that felt almost unnoticed by anyone in the room." - Peter More
Hailing from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Teagan Stewart recently released the debut music video for her latest single, "Water Wings," an emotional tune which tells the story of trying to love and support someone who is depressed - and that depression ultimately winning out.
Watch the video below and for more information visit HERE.
Philippa Hanna's "Getting On With Life" delivers thoughtful lyrics alongside a contemporary pop production infused with country elements. Hanna says of the tune, “During the time my Dad was going through chemotherapy, I realised my patience was pretty short. When a stranger pushed past me in town so forcefully it knocked me sideways, I almost called after her in anger. But in a truly a defining moment for me I realised... she might be going through something similar to me. That shift in perspective gave me the inspiration for 'Getting On With Life'.”
Nashville, TN (February 23, 2018) - SIDELINE'S ethereal version of "Song For A Winter's Night" is a nostalgic re-imagining of the Tony Rice recording is enhanced with a nod to his signature guitar. Skip Cherryholmes, founding member of SIDELINE who sings lead and plays guitar on the track, learned the exact combination of flat and finger picking needed to re-create the gentle, fluid sound of the Rice release. The result is a solemn and reflective tune delivered with the contemplative longing of the original - as well as subsequent covers - which include versions by artists as diverse as Sarah McLachlan and Harry Belafonte. Gordon Lightfoot released "Song For A Winter's Night" in 1967; Rice's iconic recording hit the airwaves in 1986.
Cherryholmes notes, "The band knocked this arrangement out of the park, and I'm excited for everyone to hear it." Skip was introduced to Rice's version of the song while putting together ideas for a tribute to him many years ago. "Tony's interpretation was incredible," Skip recalls. "We rehearsed it repeatedly for the show honoring him, and that gave me a very intimate connection with the tune."
The song is to promote the pre-order status of the band's upcoming album, FRONT AND CENTER, and to celebrate the end of the winter season.