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The Honey Trees' latest single, "Nightingale", signals the shifting of seasons

With the four years of studio work leading up to their debut LP, Bright Fire, The Honey Trees allowed themselves the perfectionist’s time table to paint their sonics with the rich, amber hues of a sepia-soaked production. Premiering at Paste, “Nightingale” coos with the lush, dreamy wash of the California coast as Becky Filip’s vocals channel the blithe heartbreak of Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino; guitar driven, indie pop-rock that lines their halcyonic walk in the woods with an array of pillowy string arrangements and sparkling trimmings and chimes. Warm yourself with the California duo’s “Nightingale,” below.

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Hayley Reardon Releases New Single, "Numb and Blue"

Contrary to the title of her newest album, “Wayfindings,” it seems as though this 17-year-old folk star knows exactly where she’s going. “Numb and Blue,” a bluesy, candid farewell tune, is imbued with more maturity than Taylor Swift could ever muster as a teen (or now).

Reardon sure can keep up with the big kids, proof of which is evident as she is featured alongside many folk legends on the soundtrack for the up-and-coming documentary For the Love of the Music: the Club 47 Folk Revival.

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Don't Miss This Doc: For The Love of the Music: The Club 47 Folk Revival

“Brilliance” is a word commonly associated with Cambridge, MA, but who knew it was also a wealth of musical genius? For The Love of the Music: The Club 47 Folk Revival reintroduces us to a forgotten springboard of burgeoning Americana. Club 47 was quiet but powerful, a folk music hub from 1958-1968, influencing and inspiring the likes of those who once performed there — Joan Baez, Taj Mahal, Judy Collins, Tom Rush, and Bob Dylan, to name a few. If you have two ears and a heart, make sure you don’t miss this stellar documentary (and badass accompanying soundtrack), premiering on DVD and Blu-Ray April 1.

Jim Rooney & Peter Rowan’s “Blue Ridge Mountains”:

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