Asheville, NC-based indie-folk band River Whyless recently jumped off a US tour with Little Tybee.
Their debut album “A Stone, A Leaf, an Unfound Door” is a beautiful piece of work that they recorded in the winter of 2011 on Martha’s Vineyard. They spent three weeks in an old cottage in Ocean Park, surrounded by ocean on three sides. I reviewed the album here. Still one of my favorites.
By the second week a haunting track had come together called “Widows Walk”.
Recently the band got to AudioTree Live in Chicago to film a live recording of Widows Walk. Check it out:
A couple tracks from the album will also be featured in an upcoming short film I produced for prAna and the Triple Crown Bouldering Series. More on that soon.