Gramercy Arms collabs with Lloyd Cole on “Yesterday’s Girl”

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By Adrian Woods, Contributor

New York’s own Gramercy Arms have released “Yesterday Girl”, a song that has a bittersweet remembrance of friendship and lost world. The track was co-written by Lloyd Cole and Dave Derby.

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Their third LP will be released via Magic Door Record Label in 2023. It was recorded and mixed by Ray Ketchum, who has worked with the likes of Guided By Voices, Elk City, and Luna. This album is also mastered by award winning engineer Greg Calbi, who has worked with rock legends like John Lennon, David Bowie, Talking Heads, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, and Patti Smith

“Gentle and perfectly arranged, it is both calming and genuine, straightforward and talented, giving space and voice everywhere that the song and its story requires. Clearly at a different level of musical maturity and a hidden Americana-indie pop gem, Gramercy Arms show that music truly is a journey,” says Spill Magazine.

Gramercy Arms member Jessie Kilguss brings a lot of indie-folk Americana-flavored style to the music, adding to the already confessional and rich storytelling. “What Do Whales Dream About At Night?”, involves producer Adam Lasus, who has worked with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Helium, and Yo La Tengo

You can listen to “Yesterday’s Girl” on streaming services now.

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