Undercurrent Sarah Jarosz

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  • 1Early Morning Light02:36
  • 2Green Lights03:35
  • 3House Of Mercy04:38
  • 4Everything To Hide03:24
  • 5Back Of My Mind03:38
  • 6Comin’ Undone03:01
  • 7Take Another Turn02:34
  • 8Lost Dog03:39
  • 9Take Me Back02:34
  • 10Still Life02:54
  • 11Jacqueline03:50
  • Total Runtime36:23

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On Sarah Jarosz s fourth album, „Undercurrent“, the impact of being a full-time artist living in New York City is palpable. A gifted instrumentalist, singularly expressive vocalist and songwriter of rare insight, Jarosz anchors her new record with a haunting quartet of songs written and performed solo 'Early Morning Light,' 'Everything to Hide,' 'Take Another Turn' and 'Jacqueline.'

„Undercurrent“ was co-produced by Jarosz and Grammy award-winning engineer/producer Gary Paczosa. Jarosz is featured on guitar, octave mandolin, and banjo with tasteful accompaniment by Jedd Hughes and Luke Reynolds (Guster) on guitar/harmony vocals, and Mark Shatz contributing bass throughout the album. Sara Watkins and Aoife O'Donovan, her bandmates in I'm With Her, make an appearance on the Jarosz/O'Donovan co-write "Still Life." The themes running through Jarosz’s writing range from transitions in life and love in "Early Morning Light” and "Take Me Back,” to nostalgia on "Back Of My Mind.” The joyous and up-tempo "Comin’ Undone,” a co-write with Parker Millsap is an ode to pushing through when days feel heavy.

Sarah Jarosz, vocals, guitar, octave mandolin, banjo
Jedd Hughes, guitar, harmony vocals
Luke Reynolds, guitar, harmony vocals
Mark Shatz, bass

Sarah Jarosz of Wimberley, TX, has earned her credibility in the world where contemporary folk, Americana and roots music intersect. Her reputation is built on three fronts—she is a gifted multi-instrumentalist (mandolin, octave mandolin, guitar, and banjo), an expressive and distinctive vocalist, and an accomplished songwriter. A frequent guest on A Prairie Home Companion, Sarah has appeared on Austin City Limits, the BBC’s Transatlantic Sessions, Conan and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. She has been nominated for multiple Grammy awards including two from her last album Build Me Up From Bones, as well as several Americana Music Association Awards. Sarah’s fourth album for Sugar Hill Records, to be released soon, was written and recorded during brief breaks from touring in 2015, a year of exploring new performing and recording collaborations, including work with Sara Watkins and Aoife O’Donovan in their new band I’m With Her.

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