Indie folk siren Remsy has released her debut single “Lucky Two.”
The Austin based Kansas native has landed a gem of a song, rooted in classic country and updated with a contemporary indie twist. The record was produced by Alec Esh using unconventional recording techniques, utilising both analog and digital vintage technology. Mastering came courtesy of Grammy nominated engineer Jeff Lipton (Bon Iver, Magnetic Fields, Ferraby Lionheart).
Released via boutique label Mass Crush, the song is available for free download at RemsyMusic.com
Says Remsy of the song: “We recorded the project in Texas, but it all began when Esh and I were living in NYC. We met in a junk shop digging through dusty old photographs. As we spent time rummaging through visual nostalgia, I instantly realised we had an artistic connection. We started working together the very next day and it was an Artist-Producer perfect match. We spent the next five years in hibernation, captivating culture, forming an undeniable bond, and creating the music that was always in our heads.”
Check out the video for “Lucky Two” below and keep your eyes peeled for future news:
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