- February 14, 2018
- Linda Fahey
The Mammals' brand new single "Make It True" bursts with harmonies, harmonica, and jangling guitars with hints of the Byrds, Fleet Foxes, and something distinctly "Mammalian." It's the opening track on the band's re-emergent album 'Sunshiner' which comes out on April 20th via Humble Abode Music.
There's a palpable hope on this track, written by banjo/guitar wordsmith Mike Merenda. It's sung as a duet with fiddler/vocalist Ruth Ungar and features the driving energy of Konrad Meissner on drums, Jacob Silver on bass, Ken Maiuri on 12-string and the soaring pedal steel of Charlie Rose. As the chorus says, "We some days sing the blues, some days sing those harmonies too, yeah we do, and we'll one day sing those words that will make it true."
'Sunshiner' is available for PRE-ORDER HERE.
Western Migration Tour
Feb 14-17: Folk Alliance Conference Kansas City, MO
Feb 18: The Listening Room Hastings, NE
Feb 22: Wild Buffalo Bellingham, WA
Feb 23-24: Wintergrass Bellevue, WA
Feb 25: Alberta Rose Theatre Portland, OR
Feb 27: Tsunami Books Eugene, OR
Feb 28: House Concert Corvallis, OR
March 1: POPS Dunsmuir, CA
March 2: Sebastopol Community Cultural Center Sebastopol, CA
March 3: Center for the Arts Grass Valley, CA
March 4: The Chapel San Francisco, CA
March 6: Don Quixote's Felton, CA
March 7: Tales From The Tavern Santa Ynez, CA
March 8: Hotel Cafe Los Angeles, CA
March 9: AMSD Concerts National City, CA
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