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Chief Springs Release New Track “Tupelo”

May 10, 2020

Chief Springs release new single ‘Tupelo’

Chief Springs are a moving musical act and one showing so much promise. The band have just captivated a new audience with their harmonious new single “Tupelo”.

Born out of a previous band, Josh Coyne and Scott Dillon took time away from writing music when their previous outfit called it a day. The time spent on hiatus has proved a blessing for their creativity. Now, back together again the pair have been working hard writing new music for Chief Springs.

The best part of the experience for the pair was the opportunity to collaborate with friends on something. So, for the music recorded over the last year, they have had contributions from members of Alessi’s Ark, Father John Misty and Maybeshewill. Since recording wrapped, Scott and Josh have called upon friends Tommy, Dale and Sam to form a group. They are currently working on more new material as a band and putting together a strong live set.

The first glimpse into the creativity that is thriving under this moniker is their new track ‘Tupelo”.

“Tupelo” begins with a heavenly hazyness to their chords, building up the instrumentation before deep yet charming vocals take hold of the arrangement. The new track exudes both character and a certain charm and yet the pair have captured a complex raw ambiance to their projection. Twinkly notes amplify the experience leading to its heightened escalation.

To be able to craft a track which truly moves you is a glorious feat for this act. The tentative composition builds on its lyrics and its eminent instrumentation to provide something searing with a soulful bite.

The single is also available to stream via spotify –

Be sure to keep an eye on this band as they share more new music with us in 2020.

Twitter – @SpringsChief 

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