Download two new songs for earthy Philly five-piece Oldermost
The guys of Oldermost have been a bit on the quiet side lately, but with good reason – they’ve been hard at work. The earthy Philadelphia five-piece popped on our radar a couple years back with a breathtaking EP (and its wonderful centerpiece track, “Kensington”), and today we got word that the band just wrapped up production on its full-length debut, I Live Here Now, recorded in the hallowed halls of Fishtown’s Miner Street studios with Jonathan Low on the boards (with some home recording in the mix).
The album is due out later this year, but we got a taste today with a two-track teaser digital single – “Close to the Fire” backed with “Once I Left.” The former rides an incredible swell of rootsy guitar tones, while the latter is downtempo and contemplative, both carrying notes of that dreamy, windswept Americana sound of Built to Spill, My Morning Jacket and Lord Huron. Listen to the single below, get a name-your-price download at Bandcamp.