"Mixed Up Love"
An Exclusive Web Preview of "Surf"
June 7, 2002
Hard to believe we're coming up on four years since the release of Roddy's last album, isn't it?
When it came out in 1998, talk about "The North Star" seemed to revolve around a back to basics
approach and simpler songs. As we might have predicted back then, the album concluded with the
delicate "Hymn to Grace", one of Roddy's trademark acoustic ballads we anticipate to close each
album. What we might not have been able to predict was the direction he would go with his next
Roddy's eighth album, "Surf", is due out on August 5th on the new London-based label Redemption Records.
This is the album many have hoped Roddy would one day record in that it represents a totally no frills approach
to recording. There are no collaborators this time, no other musicians or producers to deflect from the purity
and clarity of the songs and performance. This, too, is how Roddy will be performing at a
series of one-man shows during July and August.
With all that said, KillermontStreet.com is happy to present you with this exclusive web preview
of "Mixed Up Love", one of eleven new tracks to appear on the upcoming album. We hope you enjoy it!
And stay tuned for more information about the release of "Surf".
Download Mixed Up Love | 2.96mb | mp3 format
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(lyrics are embedded in the track tag)
Surf gets domestic release in U.S. - read more
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