Haint Blue from the album Overgrown available as a self-release
Haint Blue unwrap their brand of blue Folk Americana, the Baltimore, Maryland six-piece upping the ante for the sound with crystal clear choir harmonies as the songs on their recent release, Overgrown, burst open on the album. The joy of surviving is nearly physical as Haint Blue sing of escape, drug addiction, and the loss of friends. Processional handclaps welcome a hefty stomp that sings a story of beating demons in “Get Out of the City” while Haint Blue freckle the air with a myriad of notes that blend with the dreams on “Sins Laid Bare” and a community of voices own the feeling of being alive in “Wasted My Day”.
The melody slowly wakes up on whispered harmonies when Haint Blue open Overgrown facing “Another Year’. Bright notes and a pounding beat are comfort for the weight of trouble of “Bear the Burden” and a healthy stride sets the pace for “Mama, God!” as Haint Blue exit the album as they grocery list woes with confessions and epiphanies in the truisms of “Wherever You Go, There You Are”.
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