Today Eyreton Hall share a vividly cinematic music video for new single ‘Albatross’, in preparation for the release of their upcoming sophomore album Spaces, due out May 24th, 2019. The video, directed by Jared Kahi, features breathtakingly beautiful footage of the expansive coastlines of New Zealand. ‘Albatross’ is out now on all streaming platforms through Marigold Music.
Written in dedication to their youngest son Orlie, ‘Albatross’ once again solidifies Eyreton Hall as masters of sophisticated, yet unassuming and emotionally potent songwriting. Exquisite lyricism and a sweeping instrumental arrangement, paired incredible scenery make for a deeply moving and uplifting musical experience. Dynamic shots of the South Island coastline allow viewers to soar above the Tasman, weightless and gliding through Eyreton Hall’s weaving narrative.
‘Albatross’ is the third single from Auckland-based duo Eyreton Hall’s upcoming album Spaces, out later this month. Eyreton Hall is comprised of husband and wife team Toni Randle and Andrew Keegan, whose 2014 debut album Featherstitch received praise from niche blogs and music reviewers from many corners of the globe. Spaces sees Eyreton Hall tackle ever-evolving themes of loss and grief, alongside threads of new hope, healing and love that run parallel throughout this cathartic record.
Spaces was mixed by Simon Gooding (Neil Finn, P!nk) and mastered by Howard Rogers (Bring It On Studios), with renowned New Zealand musicians playing on the album such as Tim Randle (Stormporter), Mark Hughes (Tim Finn, Bic Runga, Dave Dobbyn) and Sam Taylor (who has played for Nadia Reid).
Join Eyreton Hall at Karangahape Road district’s beloved Galatos to celebrate the release of Spaces (out May 24 on Marigold Music).
EYRETON HALL ‘SPACES’ ALBUM RELEASE SHOW
Saturday 25 May 2019
Galatos Lounge, 17 Galatos Street, Auckland CBD
R18 / tickets on sale now from Undertheradar.co.nz
Tickets: General admission ($20 + booking fee) / General admission + CD combo ($30 + booking fee)
EYRETON HALL - SPACES
Release date: May 24, 2019