Futurebirds & Carl Broemel Detail ‘Bloomin’ Too’ EP & Share Single
Preview the new record with "Buffet Days."
Futurebirds announced a new EP, Bloomin’ Too, with contributions from My Morning Jacket guitarist Carl Broemel, due out on September 9 via No Coincidence Records. The band from Athens, Georgia also shared the single, “Buffet Days.”
The seven-track Bloomin’ Too’ follows Futurebirds’ previous EP Bloomin’, which Broemel also produced and contributed to. Futurebirds — Carter King, Daniel Womack, Thomas Johnson, Brannen Miles, Kiffy Myers, Spencer Thomas and Tom Myers — along with Broemel captured Bloomin’ Too at Nashville’s famed Ronnie’s Place recording facility.
“Carl is really in tune with what the band is and what it strives to be,” King said of working with Broemel. “He’s engaged and understands our vision…And it’s great to be able to defer to someone you respect so much with creative decisions in the studio.”
Writer Garret K. Woodward called Bloomin’ Too “a vortex of sonic textures,” and went on to describe the EP as a record that “ricochets from cosmic space, rock to rough around the edges, alt-country dreamscapes, sandy beach bum odes to kick in your step pop ballads — all signature tones and musical avenues at the core of the Birds’ wide musical palette.”
Preview Bloomin’ Too with “Buffet Days” below:
Futurebirds are hitting the road with Caamp this summer and fall including a two-night stop at Red Rocks along with a slew of headlining dates. Check out the band’s tour itinerary:
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