I was recently introduced to QUILT. Their psychedelic, indie sound is really interesting to me. They are currently on tour with their second album, Held in Splendor and will be heading to Houston next weekend. Check out what they have to say about the making of the record:
“Held in Splendor is is an audacious pop-rock record with cascading harmonies and billowing textures, punchy rhythms and snarled guitars, wonderful depth and resplendent peaks. “Mary Mountain” takes hazy Summer of Love memories on a mid-summer road trip in a gleaming muscle car. “Tired & Buttered” invites Booker T over for an energy-addled jam in the garage. “The Hollow” twinkles like Fleetwood Mac and Galaxie 500, with sweet singing backed by the lap steel sighs of young acoustic guitar star and longtime Quilt pal Daniel Bachman. Held in Splendor is an album of personal poetry and public questions, confessions and aspirations—really, these 13 tracks are their own playground, brimming with the sort of unapologetic energy and wonder that turns simple songs into absolute anthems.” via the QUILT website.
What does “Held in Splendor” mean to you? What do you think of the album? Let me know in the comments below!
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