“The Wrecking Ball
Company” taken from forthcoming album The Sister.
By Blurt Staff
Singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler has premiered a
new video for her “gorgeously melancholic” single “The Wrecking
Ball Company” with IFC. You can view it below.
Nadler explains, “the song references the walls
that can grow up between two people and how painful that distance can be.”
In the video, “the couple is sharing the same desolate, unadorned house,
but they are apart, and looking for a hopeful sign to bring them back
together.” “The Wrecking Ball Company” is taken from her
previously announced forthcoming release, The Sister, that was recorded and produced by Brian
McTear at Miner Street Studios in Philadelphia. The Sister is a companion
record of eight new tracks subtly linked to last year’s self-titled critically
acclaimed LP, out May 29 via her own Box Of Cedar Records.
– Somerville, MA – The Armory
– New Haven, CT – Cafe Nine
– Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
– Washington, DC – DC 9
– Brooklyn, NY – Union Hall
– New York, NY – Joe’s Pub