As it was hinted earlier this year, GIVE continued releases with a new track from the 2000s’ – “Feeling Good”.
Kate Davis has announced a vinyl release of her album Trophy. This new edition will be released on 14th of February as 150g gold vinyl through Solitaire Recordings and includes a download card.
As 2019 recently stepped out for 2020 it’s time to look back on what a year it have been. And actually, a lot of interesting things have happened.
2020 is starting with good news as Steven Hart has mentioned in a recent New Year facebook post that the releases of the new studio material dating back to the early days of GIVE are in the plans for 2020.
Kate Davis’ debut album Trophy is doing well as it has been recently ranked #69 on the Bandcamp 100 Best Albums of 2019 list and was featured in the The 15 Best Rock Albums Of 2019 compiled by the National Public Radio.
Chad Fischer has released his new instrumental album National Parks! The album is available through various online and streaming services. Every track on the album is an instrumental and ambient music which is dedicated to a certain US national park …
Marion Mauran’s documentary Elevation Change, for which Tim Bright provided the score, has been recently released through online services like iTunes, Amazon and Vimeo.
After several years of silence Chad Fischer recently resurrected his social media accounts to announce his new album National Parks.
Kate Davis, the New York based musician, has an upcoming debut album Trophy that features an extensive collaboration with Tim Bright. The album is going to be released on November 8, 2019 on Solitaire Recordings.
GIVE have just released a new song “Holding It Down”, which itself is dated back to the early 2000’s. As other early GIVE recordings it features Chris Link on guitar and Chad Fischer as recording and mixing engineer.