New video on Julia’s Youtube channel!
All images courtesy of Kristen Kopp. See more of her work here: http://instagram.com/kristenannakopp
Here’s a new solo recording by Julia. Impromptu filming and audio engineering by Nathan. Peace to you and yours, to neighbors and strangers, allies and enemies, to all of us everywhere.
Season’s greetings from our lovin’ family!
We’ll be playing music at Garfield Elementary’s Winter Market this Saturday, Dec. 13th. The market runs from 9 am to 1 pm, and we’ll be there most or all of that time. Maybe a guest spot or two from our up-and-coming flautist and singer daughter!
Garfield Elementary School
720 Colorado Ave
Also, a reminder that Julia made a solo holiday EP last year, so if you haven’t already downloaded it, now’s a good time! You can get it free here: http://noisetrade.com/juliabloom/halo-in-the-frost
Our new album went live on Sunday!
You can download it for free by clicking on the image above, and if you’d like to read more about it, go here for a listener’s guide:
This is a full-length album of original songs, with more complex instrumentation than you’re used to hearing from us, including strings on two songs (actual real live strings, recorded by our friend Frances Linton)!
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.
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: