Album release: Younger At Most Everything By Kyle Morgan

“..sequenced in the manner of a song cycle or suite, there’s a hypnotic melodic flow from start to finish.”

Album art
(Art: Benedict Kupstas)

“Younger at Most Everything is truly a beauteous and soulful thing…”

FOLK RADIO UK

New Music

Younger at Most Everything by Kyle Morgan is out now

Very glad that we were meant to share with you at last thewinding folk beautythat lives in the new album by singer-songwriter Kyle Morgan.

Americana UK knowingly described the album as “dark, subtle America that begs multiple plays,” while Louder Than War has sensitively assessed its “vulnerability with a hauntingly epic feel.” We hope that you will spend some time with this special new album.

Please consider adding songs from it to your playlists. You can show your love by following Kyle on the music services you use and on social media, and you don’t have to spend an extra cent.

That following thing truly helps artists if you can find it in your clicks to do it. And if you want to shell out, that’s great, too. Head over to Bandcamp and find music at its closest source, or investigate other premium quality listening experiences.

Whatever you want to do, find your spot to listen here: https://ffm.to/youngeratmosteverything.

With a short stack of tour dates on deck, and more to come, we hope you can catch a show with us somewhere on the road. Dates are below. Contact Daniel Gill at Forcefied PR with press inquiries.


Tour Dates

Kyle Morgan has a series of album release shows in the Northeast that kick off Saturday, February 26 in Brooklyn at The Owl Music Parlour, with Tica Douglas and Isaac Gillespie.

Hudson Valley locals can catch him at Colony Woodstock on February 27, with Catskill hero Lorkin O’Reilly and dear friend Tica Douglas (say hi to Autumn at this show).

Portland folks can see him play at Blue on March 3 (+ and maybe say hi to Nate).

Advance tickets are recommended!

  • 2/26 – Brooklyn – The Owl Music Parlor w/ TJ Douglas and Isaac Gillespie
  • 2/27 – Woodstock – The Colony w/ TJ Douglas and Lorkin O’Reilly
  • 3/3 – Portland, ME – Blue w/ Jimmy Dority
  • 3/4 – Boston – House concert w/ Rob Flax and Goodrich Family Band (DM for details)
  • 3/5 – York, PA – The King George Speakeasy
  • 3/13 – Boston – The Middle East 
  • 3/24 – Brooklyn – The Owl Music Parlor w/ Frankie Sunswept, Rachel Housle, and Sean Cronin
  • 4/2 – York PA – Central Market House w/ Rachel Sumner and Traveling Light
  • 8/19 – Lancaster PA – Tellus 360 Rooftop

“Visceral imagery takes us through the bleached Polaroid reflections of Kyle Morgan’s life, as he makes sense of what brought him to where we find him today”

SECRET MEETING

Follow Kyle Morgan in All the Places for Updates:


Thank you for following us and our artists in all the places you like to look and listen.
We are hoping that the weather is looking better wherever you are.
Peace on Earth.

We are sending Love. XOTL

NEWS Beaver Moon 2021

The moon above Team Love HQ, New Paltz NY

Eclipse

The photo was taken Wednesday, November 17. The eclipse occured in the early hours Friday, but the effects rippled throughout the day.

The Latest from our Team; or, Some Good News

A Few New Shows

We have released a ton of great new music already this year if we do say so. Still there is a bit more to come.

Whatever, however, you are feeling today, pretty or ugly, we are sending love.

XOTL


NEW RELEASE: Joanna Sternberg – Then I Try Some More

The debut LP by Joanna Sternberg – Then I Try Some More – July 12, 2019

Team Love is proud to release the debut full-length album by Joanna Sternberg on vinyl, cd, and digital. Celebrate with us tonight at The Glove in Brooklyn, catch Joanna on tour with Conor Oberst starting next week in Portsmouth, or attend the homecoming birthday bash at Alphaville on August 18, with Miwi La Lupa and friends. Most importantly, get the hard copy before they are gone. Buy or stream it in all the places. You can find them here: https://smarturl.it/joannasternberg-xoxo

Thanks so much! XOTL

“…for those who are able to identify with Sternberg, Then I Try Some More has the potential to be life-savingly relatable.” Pitchfork


“Sternberg has a way with simple stories and melodies that feel eternal…” Stereogum


“Sternberg’s music is upfront in its need for human connection. Then I Try Some More reveals the very maw of their sadness…” The FADER


“…these are their feelings, their truth, we can only sit back, listen and be thankful that Joanna is willing to share this with the world.” For The Rabbits


“New York-based singer Joanna Sternberg makes quirky, playful folk songs that recall The Moldy Peaches.” NPR


“For a debut, Joanna Sternberg’s Then I Try Some More conceals no raw nerves — everything is placed on the line.” Exclaim!


“…Sternberg barely fills the space around them, their tempered half-thoughts drifting in and out of focus, like bursts of bright sunlight through stale bedroom air.” Gold Flake Paint


“…Sternberg’s voice shines here, wavering to deliver the perfect amount of emotional vulnerability that we all long for.” Uproxx


“Sternberg sounds a bit like another Joanna—Newsom, that is, whose playful freak-folk attracted a cult following in the early 2000s. Sternberg wields similarly whimsical, barebones arrangements with that same childlike attitude.” Paste


“…heart-wrenching without being over the top.” Brooklyn Vegan


“Sternberg’s upcoming new album, Then I Try Some More, simultaneously reflects the pain of being viewed as “other” by most of the world and provides a source of strength and solace for those with similar struggles.” Spotify


“Joanna Sternberg is a life saver.” Balloon Machine

TOUR NEWS: Joanna Sternberg supporting Conor Oberst in July

We are pleased to announce that Joanna Sternberg will be the special guest for all dates on Conor Oberst’s tour of the northeast and midwest in July. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, April 19, at 10am ET.

Poster + art by Joanna Sternberg. All dates and ticket links are below:

17-Jul Portsmouth NH – Prescott Park Free Concert Series
18-Jul Providence RI – Columbus Theater
19-Jul Norwalk CT – Wall Street Theater
20-Jul Woodstock NY – Bearsville Theater
21-Jul Jersey City NJ – White Eagle Hall
23-Jul Kalamazoo MI – Bells Brewery
24-Jul Chicago IL – Thalia Hall
25-Jul Cincinatti OH – Taft Theatre
26-Jul Bloomington IL – Castle Theater
27-Jul Maquoketa IA – Codfish Hollow
28-Jul Minneapolis MN – Weesner Amphitheater, Minneapolis Zoo

Conor Oberst has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket sold will go to the Florence Project and their work providing direct legal and social services for detained adults and children under threat of deportation.


Track premiere: Joanna Sternberg – This Is Not Who I Want To Be, from the upcoming album Then I Try Some More

simple but affecting

— Sternberg confronts oblivion with only a piano in tow

-James Rettig for Stereogum

Many thanks to Stereogum for premiering the first single off Joanna Sternberg’s “Then I Try Some More,” out July 12. The album will be released on vinyl, cd, and as a digital album. It includes full-color artwork and lyrics sheet hand-drawn by Joanna Sternberg, along with the first pages of a comic by the same name. Listen to “This Is Not How I Want to Be,” streaming everywhere now.

Pre-save the album to your Spotify or stream This Is Not Who I Want to Be now.

Joanna Sternberg – Then I Try Some More – July 12, 2019 – vinyl, cd, digital

Team Love N X NW

Lorkin O’Reilly, Darci Phenix, and The Lowest Pair on tour in the West

An Evening of Folk with Lorkin O’Reilly + Darci Phenix — Tour starts tonight in Vancouver BC at Guilt & Co. The two artists will be joined by The Lowest Pair’s own Kendl Winter in Olympia WA on Saturday.

  • 03.21  Vancouver BC – Guilt and Co
  • 03.22  Nanaimo BC – The Vault
  • 03.23  Olympia WA – Last Word Books w/ Kendl Winter
  • 03.24  Portland OR – The Strum
  • 03.25  Sacramento CA – Luna’s
  • 03.26  San Francisco CA – The Hit Gallery

The Lowest Pair starts tour on Sunday in Astoria OR at Fort George Brewery

  • 03.24  Astoria OR – Fort George Brewery
  • 03.26  Portland OR – Mississippi Studios
  • 03.27  Coos Bay OR – 7 Devils Brewery
  • 03.28  Ashland OR – Gios Building
  • 03.29  Bend OR – Volcanic Theater Pub
  • 04.02  Hood River OR – Spring House Cellar
  • 04.04  Olympia OR – Octapas Cafe
  • 04.06  Chimacum WA – Finnriver Farm and Cidery

Watch Darci Phenix’s new video for “Empty Spaces” from Juniper Street, directed by Sarah Phenix

TOUR NEWS: Lorkin O’Reilly & Darci Phenix

Darci Phenix and Lorkin O’Reilly will tour the northwest as Spring starts in March. Follow them on Instagram to keep up with the latest from the road.

  • 3/21 Vancouver BC – Guilt and Co
  • 3/22 Nanaimo BC – The Vault
  • 3/23  Olympia WA – Last Word Books
  • 3/24 Portland OR – The Strum
  • 3/25 Sacramento CA – Luna’s
  • 3/26 San Francisco CA – The Hit Gallery
  • 3/29 Portland OR – House Show

NEW RELEASE: Palmer T. Lee – Winebringer

Solo debut album out now BUY OR STREAM: DIGITAL | CD

Palmer T. Lee – Winebringer (TL-115) on compact disc

Team Love is so pleased to present the first solo album by our friend Palmer T. Lee. Download, stream, or buy hard copy from the TL shop, Amazon, or ask at your local record store. They can order it for you (record shops love to order stuff for you, by the way…). Winebringer is out now.

TOUR NEWS: Lorkin O’Reilly supporting Gruff Rhys

Lorkin O'Reilly supporting Gruff Rhys tour poster

Tour News

We are thrilled to announce that Lorkin O’Reilly will support Gruff Rhys on his North American tour.

All dates are below. You can find tickets here: 

http://www.gruffrhys.com


10/05 – Montreal, QUE – Bar Le Ritz
10/06 – Toronto, ONT – The Garrison
10/08 – Boston, MA – Great Scott
10/09 – Brooklyn, NY – Rough Trade
10/10 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
10/11 – Washington, DC – DC9
10/12 – Pittsburgh, PA – Funhouse @ Mr. Smalls
10/13 – Columbus, OH – Ace Of Cups
10/14 – Chicago, IL – 1 st Ward at Chop Shop
10/16 – Minneapolis, MN – Cedar Cultural Center
10/19 – Vancouver, BC – The Fox Cabaret
10/20 – Seattle, WA – Barboza
10/21 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir
10/23 – San Francisco, CA – The Chapel
10/24 – Los Angeles, CA – The Echo

Heaven Depends is out now.

 

TRACK PREMIERE: ALABAMA TO THE BASEMENT BY HIGH UP

High Up:

Band of the Month at Audio Femme!


Check out the interview with Christine Fink + listen to the latest “Alabama to the Basement”

Preorder the debut album You Are Here (TL-110)

February 23, 2018


High Up tours with Whispertown starting March 1. All dates are below:

3/1 Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle

3/2 Lexington, KY – Willie’s Locally Known

3/3 Birmingham, AL – The Nick

3/4 Muscle shoals, AL – 116

3/5 Nashville, TN – The Basement

3/7 Savannah, GA – Graveface Records & Curiosities (Savannah Stopover Fest)

3/8 Athens, GA – The World Famous

3/10 Chapel Hill, NC – The Cave

3/11 DC – Black Cat (backroom)

3/13 New York, NY – Berlin

3/14 Philadelphia, PA – Bourbon and Branch

3/15 Cleveland, OH -Coda

3/16 Indianapolis, IN – Pioneer

3/17 St. Louis – TBD

3/18 Davenport, IA – Racoon Motel

Tues 3/20 Denver, CO – Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

3/21 Salt Lake City, UT – TBD

3/22 Boise, ID – Treefort Festival (Official Festival Slot)

3/23 Boise, ID – Treefort Festival (Noisy Ghost / Graveface Day Party)

3/25 San Francisco, CA – Neck of the Woods

3/27 Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg Theatre

3/29 ABQ – The Gold House

3/30 Fort Collins, CO – Surfside 7

3/31 Omaha, NE – Slowdown