A little bit of a throwback for you guys on this Tuesday afternoon.
For our second exclusive today, we’re lucky enough to have an exclusive stream of Copperline‘s debut album Rusty Fords and Weatherboards, out Monday 19th (We’ve already heard it … and we’re secretly obsessed!).
Produced by ARIA-Award winner Shane Nicholson at Sound Hole Studios on NSW’s Central Coast, the album comes after the release of the Sydney-based four piece band’s debut single and video, Woman’s Touch.
We were over the moon to exclusively premiere Hayley Marsten’s Coming Home music video back in September; and today Tinsel and Tapshoes brings you not one but two exclusives!
First, the music video of Eight Second Ride‘s debut single See What Tomorrow Brings. Filmed in their hometown of Toowoomba and its surrounding suburbs, the clip was shot over two days with Collin Jeffs, from Collin Jeff’s Media based on the Gold Coast.
One year on …
Drew McAlister has long been recognised as one of the nation’s premier songwriters and performers. He recently lent his voice in support of the drought crisis facing our local farmers and, to coincide with the release of his third single off his current album, he’s been hard at work co-organising the forthcoming three-day Mount Hunter Country Music Stampede.
You released Kissing a Girl Goodnight recently off your album Coming Your Way. In the past we’ve spoken about how important you feel it is to perform songs you’ve written yourself – however, this is a song you found through a demo – and the sound as well is quite different to things you’ve recorded in the past. Does this song resonate with your life and is that what you connected with lyrically?
It’s exactly my life. I connected to it and I think other people will too, that’s why I recorded it. I think a lot of people will be living or will have lived some similar the version of that. It’s quite a difficult song to sing because it’s so low and then so high in the chorus, so I was a bit trepidatious, to be honest, when we were going to record this vocal. I wasn’t sure how it was going to turn out, but I had to work on it for a while and sing it quite a few times to make sure it sat right and I had the right key.
Sometimes working here at TaTS has its perks, like being able to stream or download an album before it’s officially released. Josh Groban’s Bridges is one of those albums I’ve been lucky enough to hear. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve played it to the point I now know all the lyrics. I’ve been a fan of Josh’s since Closer (2003) and have bought every album since. And honestly, this is by far his best and my favourite to date.
Bridges by Josh Groban is out September 21st via Warner Music.