Independent alt-folk artist Jeremy Squires debuted his latest single last week.
Squires debuted his new single ”Labyrinth’ Thursday through Americana Highways. The song is the second single from Squires’ forthcoming album Many Moons, which is scheduled for release Aug. 28. Squires debuted the album’s lead single ‘Cast Spells‘ and its companion video last month.
‘Labyrinth’ is a starkly different song from ‘Cast Spells’ in terms of its musical arrangement. The arrangement features Squires by himself performing on what sounds like a steel guitar in a very familiar blues-based Americana style approach. It is a sound that will appeal to longtime fans of Ben Harper. By comparison, ‘Cast Spells’ is a much more subdued composition even though it boasts the same kind of approach as that presented in ‘Labyrinth.’
The lyrical content featured in Squires’ new song matches well with the song’s subtle musical arrangement, as explained by Squires himself.
“This song is about living in the same place where you grew up and watching everything change around you,” he said. “This line from ‘Labyrinth’ conveys what I try to express in the song: ‘The neighbors were building a treehouse for the kids in the yard where I used to play for hours dreaming.’ I tried to write and sing it in a way that paints a vivid portrait.”
Many Moons‘ track listing is noted below.
‘MANY MOONS‘ Track listing
- Cast Spells
- Glass House
- Many Moons
- Infinite Chords
- Swan Dive
- The Shade You Cast
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