NASHVILLE INDIE FOLK-POP DUO JENNY & TYLER
SIGN WITH UPSTART LABEL RESIDENCE MUSIC;
RELEASE OF THIS I’M SURE ON OCTOBER 16, 2015
“SONG FOR YOU” EXCLUSIVELY PREMIERES TODAY WITH POPMATTERS
PRE-ORDERS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 18, 2015
U.S. TOUR KICKS OFF IN NASHVILLE ON SEPTEMBER 25, 2015
NEW YORK, NY (September 17, 2015) – Indie folk-pop husband and wife duo Jenny & Tyler sign with upstart record label Residence Music and will team up to release Of This I’m Sure on October 16,
Two Virtual High-Fives! WE DID IT! We reached our goal!
As of 3 days ago, our Kickstarter Campaign (Album Release Tour + Live Record) is FULLY FUNDED! We are SO grateful to those of you who checked out the campaign & espescially those who’ve become backers. We write to you now because we want to talk about our STRETCH GOALS & ask for your help deciding what songs to put on the live record.
Believe it or not, neither Jenny nor I grew up listening to U2. We found them later in life. In fact, we ended up discovering U2’s “The Joshua Tree” in mid-2011, after we asked fans on Facebook what music they would suggest we listen to. Days later, we would discover arguably one of the most iconic albums of all time. We’d heard a bunch of the songs on The Joshua Tree before, but never in the right order,
When Jane was born, we learned to love in a way we never had before. With that love came a strong desire to shelter her from the harshness of the world, from pain, fear, doubt, etc. We know that we won’t be able to keep her from these things. We can, however, try to teach her how to face them, persevere, and grow. Moreover, and more importantly, we can try to show her that she is deeply loved.
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
(feat. Sara Groves & some of you in our virtual choir!)
Remember last summer when we asked you to submit videos to be part of a virtual choir for our cover of U2’s “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”? We do too!
Here’s the thing: We had a baby
You’ve heard your lovely voices on the audio recording,
What a Wonderful World holds a special place in our hearts. Songs celebrating life without being cheesy are hard to come by. What a Wonderful World is probably the best example of this we can think of.
Simon & Garfunkel are our favorite duo of all time. Their voices, harmonies, and songwriting are exquisite. We can only hope to create songs as beautiful and poignant as theirs someday. Paul Simon’s writing is truly unparalleled.
At the beginning of this year we were asked to contribute to a Postal Service covers compilation album. Our friend Stephen Carradini over at Independent Clauses has written some kind reviews of our music in the past,
(Jenny) When I started thinking over covers to record, Dreams by The Cranberries was one of the first that popped up. We thought to put it after The Scientist by Coldplay because it offers contrast,
When we listen to The Scientist by Coldplay, we are often transported to a state of wonder. Including this on the album was an easy choice. The Scientist is the second track on the EP,