Rock group Shaman’s Harvest have revealed that the lead single from the band’s upcoming album Red Hands Black Deeds (out 7/28) is titled “The Come Up.” On release, the track hits SiriusXM Octane straight into power rotation. It is also featured on all streaming services globally, and premiered today on Loudwire.
Singer Nathan Hunt shares, “There’s so much negativity on social media today – a lot of people struggling with real issues and with where we’re at as a nation. This song is therapeutic for me personally, and I hope it speaks to our fans. Sometimes when you just can’t change shit, you got to realize you can’t mold everything in your life. You kind of just have to roll with the punches.”
Produced by Keith Armstrong, Red Hands Black Deeds premeditatively took on a more organic approach, utilizing vintage gear. Hunt offers, “We used analog effects pedals and vintage amps. It was kind of like trying to find the melting point between Midwest and L.A. It still has the Shaman’s Harvest Midwest vibe to it, but it definitely has organic L.A. written all over it.” The band – singer Nathan Hunt, bassist Matt Fisher, rhythm guitarist Josh Hamler, lead guitarist Derrick Shipp, and drummer Adam Zemanek – simply didn’t want to use anything digital, and when a certain effect was needed they approached the process creatively, coming up with solutions to reach a realized vision. As guitarist Hamler reveals, “We had been so stuck in our way of writing and recording, but Keith had a different, more interesting approach to coming up with that sound. He really helped us find a fresh new creative path.”
” I think this record, with how differently we approached it and how we expanded our sonic palette, is a good step toward a new future for us,” says bassist Matt Fisher.
Check out the single below and get more info at shamansharvest.com