Local Natives Debut Just Before The Morning
Local Natives released their new single, Just Before The Morning, a swaggering and psychedelic track that features a deep bass groove against their iconic SoCal harmonies. Recorded across Valentine Recording Studio, 64Sound and Sargent Recorders, a strong sense of Los Angeles pervades – Just Before The Morning sees Local Natives venture into exciting new sonic territory, and is a dialogue between LA’s most iconic studios and their most emblematic band. The band says of the song, “Just Before The Morning came from a burst of creativity after we finally reconnected in the studio. The song explores the cyclical nature of life and the many ways in which we begin again.”
In other news, Local Natives announce an upcoming set of intimate performances at the Masonic Lodge in Los Angeles on November 15th and 16th that will feature new takes on classics, deep cuts, rare covers, and live experimentation with forthcoming tracks from the bands most prolific period to date.
Just Before The Morning follows the recent release of double A-side singles, Desert Snow & Hourglass, and a sold out North American tour that included stops at Osheaga, Lollapalooza, Outsidelands, Ogden Twilight and Outlandia festival this past summer. Stay tuned for more tour dates to be announced.
2022 year was a busy one for For the band, accompanied by Sharon Van Etten playing Lemon featuring Sharon Van Etten off the Sour Lemon EP. They closed out the year with a performance of Roxy Music’s More Than This from the Music From The Pen Gala 1983, an EP coinciding with their appearance in the Apple Original Series The Shrink Next Door starring Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell.
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