Strings' second album was released in September 2019 and was hailed by fans and critics alike.
‘Every time I put on Future Islands my impression of the human condition improves.’
With the help of Jon Batiste, the singer-songwriter performed his 1979 classic ‘Party Girl’ as well as the title-track ‘Hey Clockface’ and ‘How Can You Face Me.’
The National frontman's hotly-anticipated solo album is out now.
The new track written and produced in New York by composer/arranger, Michael Leonhart in collaboration with guitarist Bill Frisell.
From a duet with Rosanne Cash to finding “the special parts” of “a really right-wing state”, ‘Oklahoma’ finds Keb’ Mo’ creating an of-the-moment classic.
The new track is the third preview of Berninger's new solo record, 'Serpentine Prison', due out on October 16.
The song also features on The National's frontman's upcoming solo album, 'Serpentine Prison', set for release on October 16.
The track also features on Costello’s upcoming album, ‘Hey Clockface’, set for release through Concord on October 30.
Also a Grammy Award-winning producer, Pawelski held positions at Rhino Entertainment, Concord Music Group and EMI-Capitol Records.
The National frontman’s wistful single precedes his forthcoming solo debut, ‘Serpentine Prison.’
The Grammy Award-winning bandleader is the latest guest on ‘Craft Recordings Presents: Shoplifting’
Following ‘No Flag,’ Costello’s latest song and video hail from his recent sessions in Finland.
The new track is the award-winning saxophonist's debut release on the iconic Concord Jazz imprint.
The band are supporting the release with a North American tour, and a second run of dates in early 2020.