Scruffy, Indie folk-rock from Transylvania

Song Feature: Jeff Tweedy – One Wing

Posted by admin On December - 7 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

“One wing will never ever fly…” – Jeff Tweedy performing “One Wing” at Pickathon 2016.

Song Feature: The Palms – Push Off

Posted by admin On November - 24 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

From time to time I find myself levitating back to this song from The Palms, “Push Off”.

I have been working on new material roughly for the past year – and as I got to publish my “Silver Screen” album, the record that contains 8 tracks from the feature film “Lie With Me”, I decided to start publishing songs from my upcoming “Nightfix” album as well.

You cand find the first four songs below:

That is right! I have some songs (8, to be precise) included on the soundtrack of the soon-to-be released feature film LIE WITH ME.

I won’t keep you in suspense, watch the first musical footage from the film below:

You want to know more about the film? Well, check out LIE WITH ME on IMDB to find out more (and keep watching as new information gets out before the release).

Director: Jamison Brandi
Writers: Jamison Brandi (written and adapted by), Jason Brandi (written and adapted by)
Based on a play by: Keith Bridges

“Haunted by a family secret of incest and harboring the news of her dying mother, an estranged woman journeys home to bury her dark past forever.”

Jamison Brandi has contacted me early this year proposing a collaboration… and I immediately accepted. He has chosen a few songs of mine to be included in the film he was directing, and I offered to re-record the acoustic versions that he wanted. It was a scary thought, as I never released music like this, I always spend my time producing the tracks before I send them to sea. I am glad this project came together as it did, and I can hardly wait to see the film, it’s all I can add at the moment.

Please stay close because there will be new material coming very very soon, and the trailer will be shared on my website as well.

Lie With Me also has a website, so you can keep close to them (and you should) or/and follow the IMDB page that I shared at the beginning of this post.

Until further notice…

Adios.