You can hear the miles, the heartache, the ups and downs in his voice, but this is also a guy who’s excited for what’s ahead.
“No Reason” is honest and direct. It moves quickly, but it leaves a lasting impression.
“To no longer be the only Black musicians in a group meant there was no need to code-switch – we could be our full selves.”
It’s the lead single from the group’s new album ‘The Deplar Effect,’ recorded in Iceland.
“I’m always working to represent Indigenous people the way we need to be represented.”
“I want someone to discover something they normally wouldn’t entertain.”
“Language should not be a barrier, but an invitation to connect.”
“My favorite songs are the ones that for some reason, in my brain, they always look like rooms.”
“What we do most of the time is make what was left for us better. That’s how we keep traditions alive.”
Bandleader Kurt Wagner takes a different direction on the band’s new single “Little Black Boxes.” And no lie, it’s a lot of fun.
Where Pierce’s previous album, 2021’s American Silence, was an acoustic folk and blues album, “45 Jukebox” is unabashedly electric.
Honey Made’s new single “Upstairs,” is a fun, funky introduction to the R&B group’s full-bodied, dance-friendly sound.