ISRAEL NASH ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM
ISRAEL NASH’S SILVER SEASON
OUT OCTOBER 9TH ON LOOSE/THIRTY TIGERS
LISTEN TO FIRST TRACK STRANGERS
Israel Nash and his band return from the Texas Hill Country with the new album Israel Nash’s Silver Season to be released October 9th, 2015 via Loose/Thirty Tigers.
Today, Nash shares Strangers off the upcoming record, streaming exclusively on The Line Of Best Fit here.
Following his critically acclaimed 2013 album Rain Plans, Israel Nash’s Silver Season was written and recorded on Nash’s 15-acre ranch in Dripping Springs, near Austin TX, where he and his band built Plum Creek Sound, a 1,400 square-foot Quenset studio. Recorded to tape with Grammy-award winning engineer Ted Young (Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth, The Rolling Stones) back behind the boards, Israel Nash makes a bold return with Israel Nash’s Silver Season.
Influenced by the peaceful Texas hillside, the 9-song album ventures farther down the acid-soaked trail blazed by Rain Plans, arriving in lush and expansive territory. Here, Nash sounds more assured than ever, supported by his highly capable band and production inspired by psychedelic greats.
In support of the new record, Nash and his band are heading out on the road to play multiple US festivals this summer and headline dates in the autumn. News of UK and European dates to follow soon.
Israel Nash is:
Israel Nash’s Silver Season – Tracklisting:
2. Parlour Song
3. The Fire & The Flood
4. LA Lately
7. A Coat Of Many Colors
8. Mariner’s Ode
9. The Rag & Bone Man
What the critics said about Israel Nash’s Rain Plans…
“A thing of real beauty” ★★★★ UNCUT
“A landmark record in both a literal and figurative sense. There are striking echoes of Laurel Canyon-era Nick Drake and a cosmic dusting of Pink Floyd.…a record that suggests the full flowering of a rare talent” CLASSIC ROCK
“Israel Nash surely deserves wider exposure. If ‘Rain Plans’ doesn’t convince you, nothing will”
THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
“..his third album drips with authenticity and his songs seep into your soul, lingering long after the last notes fade away.” ★★★★½ THE SUN
“Gripka has created a Wall of Sounds that could best be described as the CSN&Y album that Neil Young should have produced but never did.”
“A neo-psychedelic monument, the most phenomenal Americana record of the year”
★★★★½ ROLLING STONE GERMANY