Last Friday, we mentioned that Sidney Lindner & The Silver Wilderness Collection released a new album titled Summer Ghosts / Nightfalls. As the story told, Lindner was in contact with Michael Yorgensen (Ike Hammond) in late 2016, Sidney Lindner began to plot some ideas on what they could do together. Yorgensen was given an opportunity to record music in the old New Hampshire church for a week which propelled Lindner and company to have a wealth of influence that blooms in full when hearing the latest effort.
Having been inspired by Summer Ghosts / Nightfalls, director Ryan Prows filmed a three-part triptych. The second installment has now been released, titled “You & Me Kid.” The melancholy backdrop of Lindner and his band hover around the bleak outcome of the subjects centered on the video. “Sidney Lindner and the Silver Wilderness Collective’s Summer Ghosts / Nightfalls LP is magic, and this triptych marks a continuation of artistic collaboration with Sidney & Co. that I value tremendously. I’m very proud of our work together, and I know in my heart that there’s much more to come. Hope you enjoy this continuation of our story,” Prows says.
You can watch the first video of the triptych “Mother’s Tongue” here.