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Tuesday, September 01, 2020

Kevin Morby - "Campfire" [Rock & Alternative]


"Campfire" music video by Kevin Morby
Added: 01-09-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Kevin Morby - Campfire (Official Video)

“Campfire” by Kevin Morby off ‘Sundowner’, out October 16 on Dead Oceans.

Directors - Johnny Eastlund & Dylan Isbell
Director of Photography - Dylan Isbell
Camera Operator - Keith Ferreira
Executive Producer - Corwin Carroll
Producer - Johnny Eastlund
Producer - Graham Shafer
Production Designer - Lauren Schrader
Gaffer - Sam Snead
1st AC - Collin Friesen
Editors - Collin Friesen & Dylan Isbell
Colorist - Phil Choe, Nice Shoes
Production Coordinator - Ben Harrison


Kevin Morby - Guitar, Vocals, Drums, Pump Organ, Piano.
Brad Cook - Bass
James Krivchenia - Percussion


Singer/songwriter Kevin Morby broke out of the shadows into a fruitful solo career, penning songs that melded Dylan-esque lyrical mystique with rootsy production. Along with contemporaries like Angel Olsen and Kurt Vile, Morby represented a wave of sharp, indie-bred 2010s songwriters whose audiences grew exponentially as they came into their own. Morby's development was particularly quick, his vision taking shape in a string of well-received records that included 2017's pristine City Music.

Recorded at the analog-centric Panoramic House studio in rural West Marin, California and prominently featuring its 19th century pump organ, the album saw Morby channeling Lou Reed and Patti Smith in a collection of introspective vignettes. It would be two more years before he followed up with fifth album Oh My God. The sprawling double album was semi-conceptual, with each song centered around loose religious themes. Adding to the concept of the album, its arrangements were stripped down to just one or two instruments rather than the relatively saturated instrumentation of Morby's other albums.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Kevin Morby