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Dreaming for You

One week from today, October 26th, we plan to release our new full-length album. Here is another preview of a song from the album.

Demystification

Our soon-to-be-released full-length album is in the final stages of mastering. And we are in the final stages of living in the house we’ve been renting since we moved to Loveland, busy with pre-move renovations on a house we bought, also in Loveland.

Before all the dust settles, we hope to get the new album launched into cyberspace for anyone who wants it. It will be free. Yes, FREE! We plan to offer it free through Noisetrade.com, where you can still leave a tip if you’d like (we’d like!).

Here, to give you a tiny taste of what’s in store, is one of the songs from the album:

Taking Everything Slow

Here’s a new video song by Julia.

Season’s Greetings!

Happy holidays from our cabin to yours! For a gift, Julia wants to sing to you. Download her new solo holiday EP, Halo in the Frost, here: (It’s FREE!)

http://noisetrade.com/juliabloom/halo-in-the-frost

And here is our annual family video song:

Best wishes to you and yours in the new year!

Apple of My Eye

Here’s a new solo recording by Julia. You can download the song for free at her Soundcloud page:

https://soundcloud.com/julia-tindall-bloom

This Town

New video song!

The Lovers Move to Loveland!

Big news, which we have been slow to relate due to box-[un]-packing, truck-[un]-loading, multiple sicknesses, and lack of Internet access:

Cabin of Love has relocated to Loveland, Colorado! We pulled the moving truck out of Minnesota on June 15th, which coincided with Julia’s parents’ 40th wedding anniversary. That morning, we debuted a new video song called “Forty Years,” a tribute to Larry and Becki. That afternoon, we headed west, fittingly following in their traveling footsteps.

We are in the midst of setting up our home studio in our new home, and getting adjusted to a new routine – Nathan working a full-time job, Julia doing the full-time domestic work of caring for our two children on summer vacation. But making music will continue to be an important part of that routine!

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