"It’s four songs of fun pop, all with a different approach," says Austin Town Hall of the newest release from prolific Nashville recording artist Steve Voss aka Tetherball. Physical Violins is the second in a 6 EP series slated for 2016 and you can stream it in it's entirety via ATH HERE! Cheers!
Tetherball just dropped another single from his May 6 Physical Violins EP via Surviving the Golden Age who say, "Mixing elements of psychedelic rock and indie pop, the track sounds somewhere between Jim Noir and the Beatles. It seemingly defies you to be able to not get it stuck in your head."
It's a big day for Nashville recording artist Steve Voss (aka Tetherball)!
Paste Magazine published a Best of What's Next feature profiling his long enduring musical history as well as looking forward to the prolific 2016 planned: 6 EPs in 12 months! The second in the series, Physical Violins, was announced today, and we've shared lead single "War (Medic)" via Paste's Cloud as well as Soundcloud, which you can stream/share below!
Tetherball recently released Pheromone Food, their newest collection of songs since 2014's Whimsy LP, and today they share the final installment in the series of videos for the 4 songs on the EP. "Killing Moon" is a cover of the classic Echo and the Bunnymen song and Under the Gun Review was kind enough to host a premiere, which you can check out HERE.
Keep an eye out for much more from the fun and fantastic world of Tetherball coming soon!
New Tetherball video out via No Country for New Nashville, who warn "If you’re looking for an innovative blend of fuzzy, chaotic indie rock and experimental pop melodies, prepare to dive into the world of Tetherball."