New Music With Steph Liong
Kicking off March with the latest tracks you’ll be hearing on 2ser, Steph is back for New Music.
First off is British Singer-Songwriter Yola, and her new Walk Through The Fire. Rising above many tough circumstances through her life, the album title is a nod to a devastating house fire that left Yola injured. The album is a reflection on those tough times, chronicling that history whilst maintaining Yola’s impressive resilience that kept her going through those times.
Next is the LA-Based Meg Duffy’s project Hand Habits, with Placeholder. Showing a lot of growth as a band leader, stepping up from a career as a session musician and touring guitarist for a sweet, flavourful album featuring some trusted allies, branching out from their former sound as a purely solo project.
Finally we have Stephen Bailey, front man of Mt. Mountain, with his second solo album 9, a much slower affair than what you’d normally hear from Bailey in Mt. Mountain. Creating a wide-screen like atmosphere with a variety of chiming instruments overlaid with Bailey’s croon-friendly voice, 9 is a rollicking album and a strong second outing for Bailey as a solo musician.