The album is ready for launch on March eight.
Three months after dropping their shock EP New Ways To Die, indie-folk quintet The Wild Reeds have introduced their third studio album Cheers is due out March eight Dualtone Records.
The 13-track set tackles the connection between co-lead singers Kinsey Lee, Mackenzie Howe and Sharon Silva, and particularly, how they handled break-ups, household deaths and discord inside the band.
“It was a scary factor for us, as a result of when you might have three writers, you usually must do your greatest to tame your variations and are available to some kind of settlement writing-wise, sonically, stylistically,” Howe stated in a press release of Cheers. “It was the primary time we stated, ‘Screw that, why don’t we simply file the songs the best way they need to be carried out?’”
In advance of the discharge, the group shared the primary single off the brand new set, “Lose My Mind,” a R&B-laden bluesy observe with their signature harmonies.
“[The song] is about friendship, household, and my greatest good friend. When I'm at my highest and lowest, he’s at all times been the one to remind me who I'm and who I need to be,” Lee stated in a press release. “I spent years engaged on this tune to assist it discover its true type. We received into the reside room on the finish of an extended day, and stored on taking part in it time and again in several methods, with totally different feels, in the entire varieties that I wrote and rewrote for 3 years. This is the farthest model of the tune that I might have imagined, however that is probably the most happy I've ever felt with a tune that I've written. The freedom of the studio helped me discover a voice on this tune that I by no means knew I had."
The group’s earlier album The World We Built -- their first major-label launch -- debuted and peaked at No. 22 on the Americana/Folk Albums chart and No. 25 on the Heatseekers Albums chart (each dated April 29, 2017).
The Wild Reeds have been busy on tour this yr with Shakey Graves, Gregory Alan Isakov and The Lone Bellow.
Listen to "Lose My Mind" under.