This week, Louisville-based Twin Limb announced their debut album, Haplo.
I actually hung out a bit with frontwoman Lacey Guthrie towards the end of my college days; we had a mutual friend in someone I met while working at the student union. It's no surprise that she and her band are becoming known. I was always impressed with her songwriting, voice, and accordion-playing (and thought she was one of the coolest people I had ever met).
The band released their debut EP, Anything Is Possible and Nothing Makes Sense, late last year and garnered praise from two of my favorite resources for new music, NPR and Stereogum. The album's announcement was joined with a new video, for the track "The Weather."
I hope and expect for the band's successes to continue through this album and into the future. Haplo is set to be released on October 28.
Also announced this week:
Beck - Guero Reissue (October 28)
Beck - Odelay Reissue (October 28)
Beck - Sea Change Reissue (October 28)
Cavern of Anti-Matter - I’m the unknown (October 14)
Dirty Projectors - “Keep Your Name” (out now)
Hinds - Leave Me Alone Deluxe Edition (October 28)
Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions - Until the Hunter (November 4)
Jim James - Eternally Event (November 4)
Lanikai - Lanikai (November 18)
Leonard Cohen - You Want It Darker (October 21)
Nicolas Jaar - Sirens (September 30)
NxWorries - Yes Lawd! (October 21)
Only Yours - Only Yours (October 14)
Simian Mobile Disco - Welcome to Sideways (November 11)
Tori Amos - Boys for Pele Reissue (November 18)
Young Legionnaire - Zero Worship (November 25)