The newest video from The Dead South was filmed on the historic Graham Ranch within the Alberta Badlands – it’s an unbelievable, awe-inspiring backdrop for one of many band’s most interesting songs but. Directed by Edmonton-based Jeremy Chugg, this visible feast, filled with grand vistas, is the proper accompaniment for a music with highly effective lyrics and darkish, emotional themes. The repeated query is filled with rigidity: “If time heals the whole lot // Then why do I // Nonetheless really feel this ache.” Based mostly on a real story of receiving a name from an insurance coverage firm about paying to be transported house within the occasion of demise, ‘Tiny Wooden Box’ delivers a collection of unsettling concepts, turning into more and more moody because the music progresses.
On ‘Tiny Wooden Box’, The Dead South’s key options are all in proof: intricate preparations, mesmerising finger-picking, spectacular harmonies and a compelling vocal efficiency. There are intelligent adjustments in tempo and power, and the band show excellent musicianship all through.
That is the primary single from The Dead South’s upcoming album ‘Chains & Stakes’, the band’s fourth studio album, due out on February ninth, 2024. Pre-order the brand new album here. It guarantees to be one other sturdy assortment of songs from, maybe, the very best up to date bluegrass band round. For the joyous sound of the mandolin alone, test this out.
From up north however now hiding in rural Suffolk. An insomniac music-lover. Love discovering new music to get misplaced in – nation, singer-songwriters, Americana, rock…no matter. At the moment having fun with Nils Lofgren, Ferris & Sylvester, Tommy Prine, Jarrod Dickenson, William Prince, Frank Turner, Our Man within the Discipline…