Wyndham Releases New Single Off Of New Album 'A Fistful Of Stars'
Los Angeles-based musican Wyndham has revealed his new single "Time To Kill" from his his sophomore full-length solo album A Fistful Of Stars out April 12. The track premiered at Atwood Magazine and will be on all digital streaming services this Friday. About the song Wyndham says, "I've spent allot of my life numbing myself to shut the world out...When I got sober a few years ago, that habit became crystal clear to me. This song is about that revelation, about upending and reframing old ideas and being honest when things are out of control, even if I'd like them to appear perfect. The production style feels lighter and more freewheeling for such a loaded idea, which was intentional too: I wanted to capture that tension between how things look and how they can feel. A Fistful Of Stars is available to pre-order now at Bandcamp.
Last month Wyndham shared the first single "Spark" which features Lola Kirke with Under The Radar and the song is available on all streaming services. About the song Under The Radar says, "Wyndham croons over a breezy backdrop of slide guitars and plangent horns. The song is a mantra to self that serves as a reminder of inner strength and takes its sonic cues from the soft palate of 1970s folk rock."
Wyndham Garnett is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and producer based in Los Angeles. He is an original member of Elvis Perkins in Dearland and Diamond Doves and a former touring member of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. He has shared the stage with the likes of My Morning Jacket, Levon Helm, Dr. Dog, The Felice Brothers, Marco Benevento, and many others.
His second full-length solo record, A Fistful of Stars, sees Wyndham collaborating with celebrated producer/engineer Sean O'Brien. An avid enthusiast of 1970's rock, it draws from influences like Kevin Ayers and J. J. Cale, and features performances by Omar Velasco (Jonathan Wilson, Amo Amo), Shane Mckillop (Gardens and Villa, Amo Amo), Nate Walcott (Bright Eyes), Matt Aveiro (Cold War Kids), Sean Walker (Delta Spirit), Zack Tenorio (Arc Iris). It will be available in April 2019.
Garnett has collaborated closely with musician and actress Lola Kirke, producing her self-titled EP, along with her debut LP, Heart Head West, which was released on Downtown Records in August 2018 and followed by a pair of Christmas songs released last November. The duo will released another pair of songs earlier this month.
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