First session for the next record

I went on a writing spree of sorts at the beginning of November and have what feels like a ton of new songs bouncing around. Although Seas of Dawn just came out, I decided to get back in the studio as soon as possible to begin work on the next record.

We had the first session for the next record today at Green Recording Company and did the rhythm tracks for three brand new songs, with Paul Holden on bass and Kyle Harmon on drums. Things turned out really well and I'm super excited to do some more work on these tracks and start the next batch! I'm anticipating the process going pretty quickly over the next month or so, and will be posting updates on Facebook and Instagram (but mostly Instagram).




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Red River Video

We put together a video for Red River – check it out!






Beatroute

A nice article about the new album from the fine folks at Beatroute!

The New Weather Machine: Flowing with the Changes

"The overarching theme of moving through irreversible change is what connects this collections of songs together, and anything outside of that Martin recognized as being another body of work.

“Moving through perpetual change; that would be the single concept of the album. So sometimes change is good, and sometimes change is scary, and sometimes change just happens, and it is exactly what it is.”  

Fittingly, the album will evoke different emotional responses in the listener with its seemingly odd genre shifts. Effortlessly shifting from a subdued form of indie folk to jazzy soundscapes reminiscent of Genesis style prog in a single song, it was recorded, mixed and produced by Martin in Lethbridge and takes the listener on a varied nine-track journey. "