Reflecting on the tune, the band shares, “‘Where the Long Line Leads’ is the hardest we’ve ever sang and played on record, perhaps because the subject matter gets us all riled up, as does the harmonic progression, which almost feels like it’s playing tug-o-war with itself under our fingers.”
“Where the Long Line Leads” is the third rack unveiled from Nickel Creek’s extremely anticipated new album, Celebrants, which will probably be launched March 24 through Thirty Tigers. Their fifth studio album and first new launch in 9 years, Celebrants marks a long-awaited return for the beloved trio and explores the inherent dynamics of human connection. Throughout the 18 tracks, the group addresses love, friendship and time with lyrics each poetic and plain-spoken, as they see bridges constructed, crossed, burned and rebuilt. Recorded at Nashville’s RCA Studio A, the album was produced by longtime collaborator Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, Grace Potter, Weezer) and options Mike Elizondo on bass.
Forward of the discharge, Nickel Creek has unveiled two further album tracks: “Holding Pattern” and “Strangers”.
In celebration of the brand new music, Nickel Creek will return to the highway subsequent month with their first headline tour since 2014 and can go to the UK once more for a run of pageant dates, together with The Lengthy Highway, and a particular present at London’ Barbican on September 1st. The band lately performed two extraordinarily particular offered out exhibits at London’s Union Chapel.
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