GUY BLAKESLEE (The Entrance Band) Shares New Track + Enchanting Video | ‘Postcards From The Edge’ Out Feb. 5

Today, Guy Blakeslee shares “Sometimes,” the latest single from his gorgeous and dramatic upcoming solo album Postcards From The Edge, out February 5, 2021 via his own Entrance Records. The album is the latest from the guitar-wielding frontman of psych-legends The Entrance Band– a wandering soul who has spent the better part of his musical life on the road–and was recorded in New Orleans at the house studio of Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The enchanting “Sometimes” video was filmed by Lael Neale, and follows the album’s lead single and title track “Postcards From The Edge.” read more about Guy and the new album via American Songwriter

Listen to “Sometimes” and watch the video here:

“A few Summers ago, my life had come crashing down. You could say I had destroyed it,” notes Guy. “Abandoning all illusions of security and leaping off the uncertain edge, I landed in a tiny windowless room overflowing with my broken musical instruments. A chance encounter with a friend of a friend led me to a cat-sitting gig in an Old Hollywood apartment where Man Ray and Orson Welles had once lived. When I wasn’t chasing the devious felines up and down many flights of ancient stairs I would lose myself for hours at the well worn piano, where I could feel my former identity slipping away.” 

“A sudden windfall of unexpected money appeared and days later I was on a plane to Spain to meet my Belgian friends,” Blakeslee adds. “Floating on my back in a Spanish swimming pool, in a moment of weightlessness and surrender, I pondered with relaxed clarity my strange fortune – after risking everything without a plan, I had arrived in that perfect stay of unknowing, of beginning anew. I had answered the call of destiny and was reincarnated as the FOOL in the Tarot, wandering into the present without a care in the world. Just like in the Tarot, the journey I was undertaking would lead me through the deepest shadows of despair and to exalted heights of ecstasy, but I was not thinking about the future. In the weeks that followed, as I walked the empty streets of Brussels late at night, singing to the rhythm of my own echoing footsteps, the song ‘Sometimes’ was born.”

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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