“Brother, I Think You’re In Love” was one of two bonus songs recorded for the Quiet Company iTunes promotion of the album “We Are All Where We Belong”.
Here’s “Everything Louder Than Everything Else”, my favorite, most elaborate and longest song from “We Are All Where We Belong” (mixed by Tim Palmer)
And “You, Me & The Boatman”, the first official single from Belong (mixed by Tim Palmer)
From the previous EP, “Songs For Staying In”, this is the opening track, which got a lot of radio play in Texas
And another great track from the same EP, “the Biblical Sense Of The Word” also has a video made by the inventor of the Rock-AFire Explosion (Chuck E. Cheese animatronic house band)
Quiet Company embarked on a mission to record a series of covers. Here are a few favorites from that set of six – Neutral Milk Hotel’s “Holland, 1945″, Arcade Fire’s “The Sprawl, Part II” and Florence & The Machine’s “What The Water Gave Me”.
Ethan Durelle chose to record their final studio effort with Ice Cream Factory Studio in 2011. It’s an album I’m particularly proud of both in the final product, and in the fact that it could have been a logistical nightmare but ended up coming together very smoothly. The members of Ethan Durelle live in different cities around Texas (and one in Boston) and were putting together this album as the balance to their final performance DVD. Each member had to come in separately, lay down their tracks, then go back to their home city and give comments on mixes via a Google doc. Fortunately, everyone was savvy and articulate enough to make the process quick and painless, and the proof is in the tracks. Check ‘em.