Hand Habits will release new album 'Fun House' on October 22nd.
The project is led by Meg Duffy, a songwriter of real power with a literary haze. New album 'Fun House' finds Hand Habits moving into fresh spheres of exploration, and it's set to land this Autumn.
Out on October 22nd, the new project is produced by Sasami Ashworth (SASAMI) and engineered by Kyle Thomas (King Tuff).
New song 'Aquamarine' is online now, a potent signal of Meg Duffy's intent. They explain:
"What originally started as a minimally arranged acoustic ballad, ‘Aquamarine’ evolved into the story of certain events in life, what informs my identity, the silence in the questions left unanswered that become the shape of understanding who I am. It was my goal to cloak some of the perils of mortality (lyrically) in a musical landscape that didn't require the listener for a large amount of patience, to bring grief into the metaphorical club...”
The full video is online now, with Meg adding: “We filmed this video in my aunt's bar and club in upstate New York, linking the origin and lineage themes in the song with the visuals of changing identities and characters in a space I used to wander as a teen.”
Tune in now.
Photo Credit: Jacob Boll
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