My new EP, "Bare," tells a sad, unapologetic story of loneliness, isolation, hurt and heartbreak.
I'm singing these songs from my heart, pure and low, backed by the soulful baritone guitar of Jason Goessl and the tearful pedal steel guitar of Steve Norman. The lyrics are raw. The music is spare. The recording is intimate. This is the truth laid bare.
The 6-song EP is released today by True as Blue Music in Seattle as a digital download on BandCamp (http://davidguilbault.bandcamp.com/album/bare). It's five bucks' worth of heartache.
As always, I'd like to thank each of you for your continued support. I hope you buy a download today and help my songs find their way into the world.
Sometime in Autumn, if I can raise enough seed money from these digital sales, I'll be launching a crowd-funding campaign in order to print my two existing digital EP's on 10" limited-edition vinyl. A download from BandCamp now would really help make that desire a reality.
Also, anything you might do to spread the word about these songs by re-posting the music or contributing a review would be truly welcome. Since there is no longer a music business, getting ear-play and air-play now takes word-of-mouth and networking on social media. If you like my work, I invite you to please introduce me to your online friends.
Thanks again. I sincerely appreciate your contributions and patronage of independent music and musicians.
I hope all is well with you and yours.
With love and gratitude,