Kramies released a new EP, Of All the Places Been and Everything the End, earlier this fall on Hidden Shoal Records. Today, Billboard premiered the video for “Of All the Places Been” which was produced by Jason Lytle. Lytle also lent a hand in production of the EP and is featured on the track. Check out the clip below and keep an eye out for more from Kramies soon!
Jason Lytle of Grandaddy, Kyle Field of Little Wings, and Kramies have teamed up for a three song lo-fi split that will see international release tomorrow, November 16. In the meantime, Brooklyn Vegan have shared the stream via Bandcamp, which you can check out HERE. The lathe-cut vinyl have already sold out, but you can order the album digitally HERE.
Denver-based folk troubadour Kramies spent some time last year residing in an old Irish castle as he wrote the songs that would become Of All the Places Been & Everything the End, an EP he is releasing today with a premiere at Flaunt Magazine. Unlike most of his previous work, on this release, Kramies partnered with a few talented friends to realize the full potential of the songs. Longtime collaborator Jason Lytle of Grandaddy is featured on the record and lended a hand in production, along with Jerry Becker of Train and Todd Tobias of Guided by Voices. The result is a dreamlike fairytale journey to get yourself lost in. Stream it via Bandcamp below!
Jason Lytle of Grandaddy, Kramies Windt, and Kyle Field of Little Wings have created the first ever split-trio! The three friends and songwriters conceptualized a release featuring a new song from each artist using only one instrument and one microphone, recorded at home with zero studio frills. The first of these was released this week via NPR’s All Songs Considered. Check out the episode HERE and keep an eye out for the full “3ingle” release on November 16!
Denver-based indie folk troubadour Kramies will be releasing a new EP on Hidden Shoal Records this fall. Today, Clash Magazine has premiered a new track featuring and produced by Jason Lytle of Grandaddy. Kramies says of the video, “The inspiration came from my obsession with folklore, ghosts and spirits, and the imagery of old haunted castles. The video became this artful combination of old world combined with whimsical animation." Check it out below and grab a free download of the track via Bandcamp HERE.
American dream-pop troubadour Kramies started the writings of what would become his newest EP while residing on the grounds of an ancient castle in Ireland. The first offering from the October 19 EP to be released by Hidden Shoal Records is "The Hill Dweller," which features Jerry Becker of Train and is out today. "Employing lush string arrangements, horns and a myriad of found sounds, the tune is truly transporting," say Culture Collide who have the premiere. Keep an eye out for more from Kramies in the coming weeks!