Trummors share video, stream Moorish Highway

Ernest Jenning Record Co. is proud to share a stream of Trummors’ upcoming full-length Moorish Highway via New York Times. Moorish Highway will see a release on June 17. The group has also unveiled the video for Moorish Highway track “Vigil.” The video premiered via American Songwriter, where singer/guitarist David Lerner said “‘Vigil‘ came about after an unfortunate late-night incident involving a state highway trooper while we were on tour. At first, it was about being wronged by the cops, but once I realized I wasn’t exactly the good guy, the song became a general lament about persisting through unlucky situations better-off avoided.”
Begun in 2010 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Trummors are a duo formed by songwriter Anne Cunningham and longtime New York City musician David Lerner, known best to some for his years of work with Ted Leo & The Pharmacists. The two multi-instrumentalists focus on acoustic instrumentation, incorporating harmonium, fingerstyle guitar, and close-harmony dual vocals into their warm sound.
Calling on a cast of talented backing players including drummer Otto Hauser (Vetiver), guitarist Kevin Barker (Joanna Newsom), bassist James Preston (Zachary Cale), and pedal steel guitarist Marc Orleans (D. Charles Speer and the Helix), Moorish Highway was recorded at Drawing Room in Kingston, NY by Justin Rice (Bishop Allen), and mixed by Eli Walker at Isokon in Woodstock, NY.
Trummors’ upcoming shows:
6/13 – Cakeshop – New York, NY #
6/22 – Half Moon – Hudson, NY $
# – with +/-
$ – with Juan Wauters (of The Beets)