Posts Tagged ‘bowerbirds’

OFFICIAL VID: Bowerbirds – Sweet Moment

June 21, 2012

Returning to the folksy with North Carolina indie act Bowerbirds’ Sweet Moment off their recent album The Clearing. I’m in a tired, introspective sort of mood, so these folksy tracks are really speaking to me. This one’s a lovely, nostalgic one that brings memories of puppy love and lost love back to listeners, and does so well ¬†with the addition of the touching video. Ahh, such sweet innocence and youth….¬†

OFFICIAL VID: Bowerbirds – Tuck The Darkness In

March 6, 2012

This is a nice little video from Bowerbirds for their great single Tuck The Darkness In. It seems popular among the more folkier acts to have videos with interesting backgrounds and gorgeous landscapes in conjunction with an adorable little boy who obviously always represents innocence. The beautiful, heart melting track is off Bowerbirds new album The Clearing which dropped today. I posted an album stream the other day here. Good stuff.

ALBUM STREAM: Bowerbirds – The Clearing

February 29, 2012

Here’s some folksy music for you to wax nostalgic. It’s perfect for a quiet evening and some introspective thoughts. Stream Bowerbirds’ The Clearing below in full. This is their third album, and it’s the one I mentioned previously as recorded partly in Bon Iver’s studio. The three piece hails from North Carolina. The Clearing drops on March 5th on independent record label Dead Oceans.

January 31, 2012
http://cdn.stereogum.com/files/mp3/Bowerbirds%20-%20In%20The%20Yard.mp3?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

Bowerbirds’ In The Yard is a beautiful folk track. The band hails from North Carolina, and the track will be on their new album The Clearing dropping in March. The song is quite lush once the multiple layers of vocals and instruments kick in, and I have such a soft spot for simple yet complexly arranged folk tunes. There’s an interesting electric tone that kicks in after a short while too, so it’s a surprise of a song. Part of the upcoming album was recorded in Wisconsin, utilizing Bon Iver’s studio. The rest was recorded in a cabin. Perhaps they wanted to catch the feel of Bon Iver’s first album in the cabin, and some of the feel of the second album in the studio?