Folk duo Timber Choir have released “Right Beside Me,” a charming folk ditty narrating the sweetness of a relationship that has withstood time. Listen HERE. Of the songwriting process, Timber Choir vocalist/lyricist Adam Sans shares, “‘Right Beside Me’ began with a simple phrase repeated over and over: ‘It’s one of the few things I can count on, one of the few things I can trust.’ From there we asked ourselves, ‘What are the little moments that sustain us each day, the going-through-the-motion routines that might be easy to miss?’ We wanted this song to narrate a love story that is enriched by daily giving and sharing of little things, like washing the dishes without being asked and humming a song while you brew the morning coffee.”
Timber Choir is an indie folk musical collaboration between longtime friends Adam Sams and Brendan St. Gelais. Characterized by thoughtful acoustic layering and intricate vocal textures, the songs are lyrical snapshots of daily life. Timber Choir is a celebration of the slower pace – finding fulfillment in enduring relationships and shared place.
Timber Choir’s roots run deep in the Nashville music scene. St. Gelais has worked at Paul Moak’s studio The Smoakstack in Nashville for several years producing, mixing and engineering music for popular artists such as Lucy Dacus, Bre Kennedy, Carver Commodore and more. St. Gelais and Sams are also songwriters at Soundstripe, a Nashville-based licensing company providing unlimited, royalty-free music for video, podcasts, and other media.
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