Considered “sophisticated folk rock” by The New Yorker, brooklyn band Whale Belly, just released their sophomore album I Was Once A Bird. It’s available now on iTunes and Bandcamp. The record was produced, engineered and mixed by Nick Smeraski with initial tracking sessions at Saltlands Studio in late 2012. Read an article about the recording process in The Bomber Jacket, watch Whale Belly‘s “Water Voices” video below and remember to check back with us for more news!
“Whale Belly was formed by Todd Bogin and Nick Smeraski in 2010. What started as two friends’ experimentations in songwriting and recording has turned into a debut album called …The Smile at the End of the Slope, an intense, raw mix of determined folky-blues-rock which has been receiving enormous praise. In their short existence, Whale Belly has toured as a supporting act for nationally-known bands, been featured on various radio stations, and gained a cult following around Brooklyn with fun and rollicking live shows.” — Mercury Lounge website
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