California-based folk rock group GospelbeacH debuts their latest track, “Down South,” exclusively with C&I.
GospelbeacH produces more dreamy American roots rock music with their latest track, “Down South,” from their forthcoming album, Another Winter Alive, available November 30.
Cultivated from the melodious mind of founding member Brent Rademaker and evolved from the kaleidoscopic California music scene, GospelbeacH blends country folk with modern rock ’n’ roll to produce inviting melodies and harmonies.
Their latest track, “Down South,” strays from their California roots but sticks to their overall “Left Coast” sound.
“I moved back to Florida to be closer to family/home after a rough ride in California about 12 years ago. While there I met legendary percussionist Joe Lala in Tampa and we struck up a musical friendship. Joe took me to see Neil Young at a beautiful theater off Tampa Bay hidden behind the magnolia trees and Spanish moss. ... It was a magic night and I got a song out of it,” Rademaker says.
Backed by light harmonies from guitarist-vocalist Jason Soda and cascading piano from keyboard player Jonny Niemann, “Down South” nostalgically transports you somewhere where the skies are blue, so blue.
Get an exclusive first listen to “Down South,” below.
For more information about GospelbeacH and to preorder Another Winter Alive, visit their website. Photography: Courtesy Kathleen Nicholson.