Steven A. Clark – Behind the Scenes of “Where Neon Goes to Die” w/ Boys Noize
It has been a banner year for serpentwithfeet. soil, his debut album on Secretly Canadian and Tri Angle Records, received rave reviews and is sure to take out prominent spots on many year-end lists. To cap off an excellent 2018, serpentwithfeet shares soil reprise featuring acoustic versions of “bless ur heart” and “messy.” These stripped back versions highlight the intimacy of serpentwithfeet’s songwriting and his ability to make listeners feel a deep personal connection to him.
Both songs explore the topics of uncertainty. On “bless ur heart,” serpentwithfeet fears that his new love will be disfavored by the people around him. While on “messy,” he mocks himself for being a difficult lover, but also questions why his man sticks around if he is truly insufferable. soil reprise blissfully delivers intimate interpretations of two powerful songs.
Earlier this year, Miami-based artist, Steven A. Clark released his excellent sophomore LP, 'Where Neon Goes to Die,' via Secretly Canadian. Today, he shares a behind the scenes look at the album’s recording process.
Today sees the physical release of Richard Swift's masterpiece, 'The Hex.'
On the heels of Donnelly’s fall North American solo run supporting Natalie Prass, she announces her return to the states for a full band headline tour in 2019. Label mate, Faye Webster, will open. Next year will also see the release of Donnelly’s debut full-length album on Secretly Canadian (details still to come).
Secretly Canadian is proud to present new signing Faye Webster and share the self-directed video for her new single “Kingston”. The 21-year-old songwriter’s forthright, exposed lyricism pays homage to the great Americana traditions of songwriting while drawing from Webster’s own experiences immersed in Atlanta’s hip-hop scene.