Singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen has been recording for over a decade, which is kind of a misleading first sentence considering he’s just 24. Since first recording tunes straight to tape at age 13, he’s come a long way: Gundersen’s latest collection of songs, the full-length Ledges, has been announced for release early next year.
Ledges was recorded in Seattle, Wash. in the studio of Pearl Jam guitarist’s Stone Gossard and was produced by Gundersen himself.
“This is the first record where I finally got to a comfortable place in the studio,” said Gundersen. “It’s not overly produced. We left a lot of the mistakes in.”
Although fans have already gotten a taste of the record in its title track, Gundersen has now released a video to accompany the track.
“Writing ‘Ledges’ was a purifying process for me,” he said of the song. “In three verses, I was able to sum up exactly where I was in life, with no real answer, but a declaration of hope and uncertainty.”
Check out the video for the song in the player below. Ledges is set for release on Feb. 11 and is available for pre-order here.