Austin Plaine Releases New Track “America” // Self-Titled Debut Album Available Now
Just in time for Independence Day, Austin Plaine releases his new track “America.” The Minneapolis-based singer songwriter has been performing the patriotic song while on the road this spring but today marks the first day the track is available digitally. Purchase “America” now at iTunes, Amazon or Google Play.
Stream “America” below:
Austin recently performed “America” live at the Moscot store in New York City as part of their Moscot Music series – watch below. The official video for “America” will premiere on June 30th via VEVO.
“I think we all get caught up in the mess of what’s going on in the country through the eyes of social media and the fast-paced life of Americans,” says Plaine. “Sometimes it’s nice to just sit back and enjoy the simple beauty in this country.”
Austin Plaine, released in September 2015 via Washington Square Music, showcases Plaine’s beautifully melancholic lyrics and calming rasp. His music, at times both unsettling and a comfort, has been hailed as “the soundtrack for nostalgia-drunk road trips.” And his voice: “Like worn flannel and faded jeans.”
Austin Plaine has spent most of 2016 on the road in support of the record, touring as direct support to both Brian Fallon & The Crowes and Kiefer Sutherland, as well as some of the largest festivals including Bonnaroo, Bunbury and upcoming appearances at PromoWest Fest and Electric Forest. Austin will head back to the studio this fall to begin work on his sophomore effort.
“’Houston’ is a folk-rock track that takes influence from music legends like Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams, and Bright Eyes with finely tuned production and a modern twist.” … Baeble Music
“a collection of meditative folk-pop tunes” … Wall Street Journal
“his self-titled debut is full of enough intriguing moments to make him unique This record leaves an impression and as it progresses, it further cements Plaine’s gifts as a writer and a performer.” … ABC News
Jenna Rosen // Washington Square Music
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