Stacey Randol’s third album Songs in the Soil explores new territory while staying true to the musical inspiration from which she has always drawn.
Produced by fellow bandmate, Michael McBurnett, the album was recorded over the span of two years at their home studio in Nashville, TN. Songs in the Soil fuses multiple genres and sparks an overall vintage feel. Randol’s new music will resonate well with fans of Fleetwood Mac to Sheryl Crow.
The title track captures most of the eclectic influences from the album itself, with its new visuals staying truth to the vintage feel as it translates with the overall texture and imagery of the video. Watch here