The songs come from one of Waxahatchee mastermind Katie Crutchfield's previous bands, Great Thunder, though they've been reimagined and re-recorded with producer Brad Cook.
In total, the record features six songs, including previously-played-live track "Chapel of Pines." Serving as the lead single, it's been given the music video treatment.
The clip was directed by Christopher Good and stars Crutchfield along with Kevin Morby. It finds the pair traipsing through nature, but ends far less romantically than it begins.
My fav Waxahatchee release yet. Songs are all time. Katie's voice rises and shines. Recorded by the ultimate hype man Brad Cook and rounded out by GOAT music video director Chris Good. 10/10. Honored to be in this music video that we shot at dusk and dawn on a farm in Kansas. https://t.co/EAimGwEOl9— Kevin Morby (@kevinmorby) July 17, 2018
Scroll past the tracklisting for Great Thunder to watch the video for "Chapel of Pines" below.
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1. Singer's No Star
2. You're Welcome
3. Chapel of Pines
4. You Left Me With an Ocean
5. Slow You Down
6. Take So Much