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The Honey Dewdrops at Pale Fire
Pale Fire Brewing Co.
Harrisonburg, VA
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The Honey Dewdrops at Pale Fire
The Honey Dewdrops (Baltimore, MD) return to Pale Fire on January 25th!

$8 presale/$10 door.

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About The Honey Dewdrops

Americana duo The Honey Dewdrops  Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish have long felt the push-and-pull between their original roots in the Appalachian mountains and their current home in urban Baltimore. Youll hear it in their harmony soaked songs and the mastery of their instruments acoustic tones, but also in their songwriting, which reflects the hard realities of today. With their fifth independent release, Anyone Can See out on March 1st, 2019, they have primed the creative energy so prevalent on their previous releases. Each song sparkles with focused intensity, and, with their new album, the duo show that theyre growing rapidly as artists, enthusiastically exchanging an impossible quest for perfection for the compelling ebbs and flows that accompany an intimate, authentic kind of expression.

With Anyone Can See, Parrish and Wortman wanted to recreate the flexible, spontaneous atmosphere of their live performances. We focused in on that live energy by sitting close to each other in the studio so we could hear everything in a natural way, says the duo. "By recording each song in its entirety and keeping edits minimal we found the takes that had the magic often had some variation of voice and rhythm, like the songs were unfolding themselves. Chasing this magic, Parrish and Wortman also found their sense of musical clarity evolving over the course of the albums creation. The process made us look at how we define what is right in our performances, says Parrish and Wortman. What sounded good to us was the unexpected, the improvisational moments that enhanced the arc of a song. It helped too that producer Nick Sjostrom guided the duo towards a grounded result, helping to manifest a succinct album while also encouraging a freeing creative atmosphere. Though the creation of Anyone Can See contains elements of an artistic awakening in certain senses, Parrish and Wortman have also remained loyal to their roots, with the album evoking the duos characteristically powerful melodies and intricate chord progressions.

Making the album in Baltimore, it was inevitable that the city would be reflected in the songs, and three of the albums best tracks focus on different experiences in Baltimore today. Rainy Windows paints the scene for the many overcast and wet days the two have had there, and Welcome to the Club, is a somewhat ironic take on their changing neighborhood of Hampden. One of the most powerful songs on the album, Going Rate, is a sobering reflection on the protests and the curfew that surrounded the death of Freddie Gray in 2015 while in police custody. Not ones to shy away from difficult topics for songwriting, For One More, speaks to a more humanist view on immigration based on welcoming rather than excluding. Were all better together, says Parrish. Rounding out the album, the duo return to their American folk and country roots with the melodic instrumental Ecola and a clever cover of Hank Williams Ramblin Man.

Ultimately, The Honey Dewdrops decided to keep their listeners at the forefront of their thoughts throughout the production of Anyone Can See. We want people to feel like they are sitting in the room with us, close by, said the duo. The result is a record drenched in sonic roominess, each of the tracks stretching to fill the space, but with a warmth that allows the album to fit comfortably anywhere. In this way, the intimacy oscillating throughout the record complements and overturns the melodic vastness: nobody will get lost in this expanse.
www.thehoneydewdrops.com



(Photo by Nolan Zunk)

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Pale Fire Brewing Co. (Ver)
217 S. Liberty St. Ste 105
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
United States

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Música > Americana
Música > Folk

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