by Dan Goldin (@post_trash_)
Last year Boston via New Hampshire's Doug Tuttle released his third solo album, the fantastic psych folk odyssey, Peace Potato. The songs were nearly split into vignettes, finding a common ground in 70's psych pop and earnest folk, with enough explorational touches to create a vivid sense of wonder and restless beauty. It seems after three stunning records, Tuttle is once again a free agent, and he's testing those waters with "Twilight," a new single from his next album, though those are about all the details currently know as the future is wide open. His latest takes an almost gothic approach to his woodsy folk atmospheres, with a droning organ and repetitive structure, it's rich in atmosphere and delicate in delivery.
Speaking about the video, Tuttle shared:
"The video is mostly shot in infrared, and was made by Ty Ueda (Lina Tullgren) who also did the video for "A Place For You" off my second album It Calls On Me. It was shot in a couple different woodland spots in Eastern Massachusetts/Southern New Hampshire. As with everything on my last two records, the song was recorded in my apartment in Somerville MA. I'm currently not on a record label and decided this would be a good time to self release a single/video and see if anyone would see/hear it."
We certainly hope you will see and hear it. Check it out below.