The New Mastersounds Release ‘Let Me In From The Cold’ Single

Hear the latest ‘The Deplar Effect’ single.

By Nate Todd Aug 1, 2022 3:35 pm PDT

The New Mastersounds shared a new single, “Let Me In From The Cold,” featuring vocalist Lamar Williams Jr.. The song is set for funk & soul outfit’s upcoming album, The Deplar Effect, due out on September 16 via guitarist Eddie RobertsColor Red label.

The New Mastersounds decamped to Iceland’s Floki Studios to record The Deplar Effect. The album takes its name from nearby Eleven Experiences’ Deplar Farm as well as the “effect” of soaking in the Icelandic experience marking the first time the band had convened since the pandemic began. The Deplar Effect sessions were also the first at the newly minted Floki Studios.


The new record follows New Mastersounds’ 2019 LP, Shake It, which also saw contributions from Lamar Williams Jr., son of late Allman Brothers Band bassist Lamar Williams. Williams also contributed to The Deplar Effect including previously released single/video “Gonna Get In My Way” and the aforementioned “Let Me In From The Cold.”

“Inspired by the harsh Icelandic climate, ‘Let Me In From The Cold’ is a humorous song about a frosty relationship between a ‘hard to get’ woman and a man pleading for her affection,” press materials for the new single noted. “Between Williams’ vocals and the band’s tight instrumental work and crisp turnarounds, the track is a highly danceable, uptempo nod to 60s soul reminiscent of Ray Charles and Mose Allison.”

Listen to “Let Me In From The Cold” below:


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