Neighbor Lady Drop Single ”Felt”

Georgia-based band Neighbor Lady have announced the July 1 release of their new album For The Birds.  Pre-order the album, out via Park The Van, here.  Now the band shares a new taste of the LP by way of the infectious and playful single “Felt.” The song is a glimpse into the band’s bright and cozy world on For The Birds, where even the most pedestrian feels like magic.  They say, “the song serves as a reminder that blame isn’t always so straightforward, and that forgiveness is often attainable by addressing our own faults.”

Once primarily associated with indie-country, on For The Birds, Neighbor Lady push the boundaries of their music into more atmospheric and even unconventional realms, with songs that are just as inspired by the ornately arranged storytelling of Andy Shauf as the baroque experimentalism of Scott Walker. While gorgeous top-line melodies, spirited rock hooks, and Braden’s richly emotive vocals (and plenty of twang) remain the core components of their sound, on For the Birds, Neighbor Lady expands their purview to encompass an elegant style of lush and textural guitar pop sprinkled with, as Braden puts it, with “reverb and magic.” For The Birds was mixed by Noah Georgeson, whom the band admired for this work with Shauf, Cate Le Bon, Devendra Banhart, and Joanna Newsom—“Albums that kind of have their own little universes,” says guitarist Jack Blauvelt. “And that’s how we tried to treat this one, with all the tiny magical noises in between things.”

Photo Courtesy: Ben Rouse