Twine, the first single released off South for Winter's debut album, is a soothing folk-rock tune centered on the love metaphor of a beaver and a sparrow - the beaver as the homemaker, trying to create a future with the sparrow while knowing stability will never be what the sparrow wants. The single comes following the trio's first national/international tours through over 15 states and Canada, and leading up to their first European and NZ/Aus tours.
Music and lyrics by Dani Cichon and Nick Stone of South for Winter (copyright 2018).
Female vocals - Dani Cichon
Male vocals - Nick Stone
Acoustic guitar, electric guitar - Nick Stone
Cello, bass - Alex Stradal
Drums, percussion - Chris Kearney
Mandolin - Garry Wood (The Bird and the Bear)
Production, editing and mixing - Matt Leigh
Recorded at SAE (Nashville) and The Tracking Room, Nashville TN.
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