Twain “Solar Pilgrim”

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Impose Automaton | August 24, 2017

Twain announces they will be releasing a fourth full-length album “Rare Feeling” on October 20th with Keeled Scales Records. Born in Franklin County, VA is Mt. Davidson, the man behind the warm lyrics is a fragile and cumbersome human being who has experienced very much in his lifetime. The foundation of the record was captured in a tool shed by the great, S. McMicken (Dr. Dog), using ancient and secret methods of time distortion. The reels were then brought to Richmond VA, where the master engineer and sound-seeker Adrian Olsen guided the songs into completion.

The talented musicians present a little earworm “Solar Pilgrim” a tune that sounds like they originated folk rock itself. Mt. Davidson speaks about the clothes on his back, he speaks about a missing piece and urges you to get in touch with the earth. He talks about decomposing and the weight on his shoulders. Twain’s music is what feelings sound like. This will unquestionably will be a record to purchase for the turntable. Check out if he will be playing near you below.

Tour:
August 25-27 | Friendship, IN at Whispering Beard Folk Festival
August 26 | Austin, TX at Radio
August 27 | Austin, TX at Track House
September 13 | Holyoke, MA at Gateway City Arts with Big Thief & Lucy Dacus
September 14 | Ithaca, NY at The Haunt
September 16 | Ottawa, ON at CityFolk Festival with Big Thief & Lucy Dacus
September 17 | Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair with Big Thief & Lucy Dacus
September 21 | Johnsonville, CA at Sierra Hoedown
September 26 | New York, NY at Bowery Ballroom with Langhorne Slim
September 27 | Washington, DC at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue with Langhorne Slim
September 28 | Philadelphia, PA at Union Transfer with Langhorne Slim

 

 

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