MAZZY STAR – ” Quiet the Winter Harbour “

Posted: April 19, 2018 in MUSIC
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Mazzy Star Preview New EP <i>Still</i> With "Quiet, the Winter Harbor," First New Single Since 2014

Mazzy Star  are back again, announcing on Wednesday their new EP Still, due out on June 1st via Rhymes Of An Hour Records. The four-track EP opens with “Quiet, the Winter Harbor,”  and also includes a rework of their 1993 track “So Tonight That I Might See.”

The delicate and subdued “Quiet, the Winter Harbor” is the duo’s first new song since their 2014 Record Store Day single “I’m Less Here.” It’s also singer Hope Sandoval and guitarist David Roback’s first release since the death of their longtime drummer Keith Mitchell in 2017.

Mazzy Star  will perform in Australia for the first and only time this June, with shows at the world-renowned Sydney Opera House set for June 11th-13th.  Mazzy Star’s last album was 2013’s Seasons Of Your Day, which itself was their first new album in 17 years. That LP, their fourth, was preceded by 1990’s She Hangs Brightly, 1993’s So Tonight That I Might See and 1996’s Among My Swan. For those of you keeping score at home, that’s more than 30 years that the California act has been a dream-pop staple.

Listen to “Quiet, the Winter Harbor” below the Still  EP will be available on both 12-inch vinyl and streaming services on June 1st.

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