Bruce Hornsby and yMusic have announced the first joint album from their collaborative project BrhyM.
The album, titled Deep Sea Vents, is scheduled for release on March 1 via Zappo Productions/Thirty Tigers.
Deep Sea Vents was produced by Hornsby and yMusic’s Rob Moose, and recorded in Williamsburg, Virginia, and New York.
BrhyM shared the 10-track album’s lead single, “Deep Blue,” on Wednesday.
Speaking about the song, Hornsby said: “yMusic may be the funkiest, groovingest chamber group in all the land! Plus, I’m making my recorded debut as an electric sitarist on this piece – I have a limited range and not much ability, granted, but I feel it added a wry, exotic, and soulful texture to the song, so why not?”
He added, “In eighth grade we had a poetry section in English class, and Stephen Crane (The Red Badge Of Courage) was on the list. For some reason some of my friends and I thought two of his poems were a scream, so we never forgot them, and I couldn’t get them out of my mind after creating this track so just started singing them – voilà. The rest fairly much wrote itself, and Rob [Moose] and CJ [Camerieri] took over from there.”
BryhM is set to kick off its 15-date tour in Urbana, Illinois, on March 7.
Deep Sea Vents tracklist:
1 The Wild Whaling Life2 (My) Theory of Everything3 Platypus Wow4 Phase Change5 Foreign Sounds6 The Wake of St. Brendan7 Deep Blue8 The Baited Line9 Barber Booty10 Deep Sea Vents
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