Tune comes from the group’s upcoming album, due 10/29. We’ve got a video below as well.
By Blurt Staff
“The Angels Sing” is a Sam Cooke-inspired tune written by Loves It’s Jenny Parrott on a screen porch in Smithville, Missouri. Check out our premiere of the tune:
For a band that is on tour most of the time, songs tend to arrive on the fly and are influenced by the ever-changing surroundings. As Parrott explains, “We were at a festival bonding with other musicians, and I was overcome by the experience. I really felt just how much I wanted music to be my life, and how these longings can be a forbidden desire. Hence, the angels are singing to me, and giving me advice to be cautious. It’s a reminder to stop looking ahead so much and enjoy the day.”
Born in Austin, Texas in 2010, Loves It is the duo comprised of songwriters of Vaughn Walters and Jenny Parrott that has already played hundreds of shows in the US, Europe and Asia in that short time. The harmony driven pair play with a veneration for tradition, and a determination to bring a modern voice to their favorite folk, country, gospel and punk sounds.
All We Are, the second album by the Austin-based duo will be released on October 29th via collective label Team Austin Records. The album’s first single “Wild” recently premiered via Rolling Stone and the video is now streaming via Diffuser.fm. Look for Loves It on tour forever.
Below is an acoustic performance of “The Angels Sing.”
[Photo credit: Ryan Wisniewski]