Songwriters

Thomas Comerford "Our Valley" (Quarantine Version)

Thomas Comerford has released a new single called "Our Valley". Comerford, who is currently mixing his fourth studio album, began writing this song while on a walk with his Dad in an area called the Valley, a stretch of parks, rivers and managed forests forming a necklace-shape in the Cleveland area. His parents would take this walk many times during their 50 years of marriage, but just taking the walk just six months after his month's passing hit him in a whole new way.

As you can see in the video below the single was recorded remotely over zoom with his full band that had toured with him in support of 2018's Blood Moon last summer. This band includes Ariel Bolles (voice), Dan Ingenthron (bass), Tom McGettrick (pedal steel), Kip Rainey (electric guitar), and Erik Sowa (drums).

 

   

Leah Shoshanah "Heaven"

Singer/Songwriter Leah Shoshanah has released a new single called "Heaven". This is the second single she has released since her 2018 EP "Stillness".

You can catch Leah virtually on May 19th performing and celebrating the release of her single.

   

Sammy Cannillo "Sleep On It"

Sammy Cannillo has released a new single called "Sleep On It". This is the first new music from Sammy since 2019's single, "What Happened".

   

John Greska "Aiming At The Stars"

John Greska recently released a new EP called "Aiming At The Stars". Prior to this release Greska had been an instrumental artist blending electronic and classical music, but has now stepped out with a compelling and inspiring message.

   

Misty Boyce teams up with Doe Paoro for single "The Clearing"

Misty Boyce has a new collaboration out with Doe Paoro in the form of "The Clearing". The new single pairs Misty's dark indie dream pop with Doe's haunting voice, resulting in a track that burns with its emotion. "The Clearing" previews what's to come on Boyce's upcoming album genesis, a product of her thoughts over the last two years. Stemming from disaster, "The Clearing" and the songs on genesis cover a rebirth from trauma, as well as what it's like to ruminate on that trauma day after day. They illuminate Boyce's view on the female experience, as well as the freedoms and lack thereof associated with it. Take a listen to "The Clearing" below, and check out genesis when it comes out on September 25th. - Will Sisskind