In early 2011, after finishing touring behind O Tall Tree in the Ear, Roman Candle began writing ideas for a new record. Skip and Timshel packed their family (with their three little boys) into a tour van and drove across the country to work on lyrics and play house concerts. Logan spent the summer playing drums for The Rosebuds and working on musical ideas from his laptop in the back of the van. They began recording that fall in their home studio in Nashville (Big Light Studios). For the first time since their initial recordings the band was engineering and producing every song and sound on the album themselves. Working around day jobs, new marriages, and family life, most recording sessions began around 9 pm. Children slept on pallets on the floor of a sound proof booth. Friends and family came and went for meals and collaboration. Over a series of collected nights throughout the next several months, the 11 songs of Debris became a record.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of Debris, Roman Candle has assembled a sampler for Noisetrade, including the first new music from "Debris," an unreleased live recording from a record they made at Billy Reid in Nashville, and some recent b-sides. Also, for one week only, they are making the full album of 'O Tall Tree in the Ear' available for download.
NoiseTrade is a user-generated platform where fans can trade their email addresses for free music and books. All content is provided by users and does not indicate an endorsement from the Paste editorial staff. Create an artist or author account from a desktop or laptop to upload your own content and connect to new fans today.