Trail Of Flowers Sierra Ferrell

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Label: Rounder

Genre: Songwriter

Subgenre: Folk Rock

Artist: Sierra Ferrell

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  • 1American Dreaming04:16
  • 2Dollar Bill Bar03:28
  • 3Fox Hunt03:16
  • 4Chittlin’ Cookin’ Time In Cheatham County03:00
  • 5Wish You Well03:37
  • 6Money Train02:40
  • 7I Could Drive You Crazy03:35
  • 8Why Haven’t You Loved Me Yet02:14
  • 9Rosemary03:35
  • 10Lighthouse03:38
  • 11I’ll Come Off The Mountain01:43
  • 12No Letter02:21
  • Total Runtime37:23

Info for Trail Of Flowers

One of the brightest young luminaries in roots music today, Sierra Ferrell brings a dose of beautifully strange magic to everything she touches. On her new album Trail Of Flowers, brought to life with producer Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton) and additional production by Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Dwight Yoakam, Gillian Welch) she expands her sound while deepening the urgency of her songs, often revealing a wealth of wisdom within her wildly imaginative storytelling.

Sierra Ferrell invites listeners to join her on a wonderfully untamed and time-changing journey through the Trail of Flowers. The new album, which will be released on 22 March on Rounder Records, has already been hailed as one of the "most anticipated albums of 2024" (Variety) by one of the "most exciting country musicians in all of America" (Paste). Following her 2021 debut album Long Time Coming, which transformed the West Virginia-born, Nashville-based Ferrell from a train-riding, hitchhiking vagabond to a viral sensation and "rising star" (Rolling Stone), Trail of Flowers reveals the wealth of wisdom and wild imagination behind her inimitable voice, shifting sound and wondrous inner world. In the album's 12 songs, Ferrell blends bold new ideas with old-fashioned music to tell compelling stories about her struggle to build a life in a culture consumed by capitalism. Between dive-bomb romances, murder ballads and feverish tales of the struggle to eat, the words and emotions are informed by her nomadic and ragtag upbringing, spent with a group of young, itinerant musicians in truck stops, alleys, boxcars and on the streets of New Orleans.

Trail of Flowers can be pre-ordered here, and the video for the brand new single "Dollar Bill Bar" features Nikki Lane and Kristen Rogers as backing vocalists.

Following 2023's single 'Fox Hunt', Trail of Flowers' latest taster 'Dollar Bill Bar' illustrates a sweeping and wistful cycle of longing, regret and recklessness as Sierra Ferrell fills the song with intricate poetry, fleeting lust and scenes of broken dreams. In addition to Nikki Lane and Kristen Rogers, Trail of Flowers also features celebrated musicians such as Lukas Nelson and Chris Scruggs. It was recorded primarily at Sound Emporium Studios in Nashville and produced by Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton) and Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Dwight Yoakam, Gillian Welch). Sierra Ferrell says of the album's creation, the fusion of classical musicality with distinctly modern concerns and the fulfilment of her long-standing mission to transcend the boundaries of time:

"With Trail of Flowers, I wanted to create a fuller sound with bigger drums, but still stay true to the stripped down feel of old-timey music whenever it felt right. I wanted to create something that made people feel nostalgic for the past, but also excited about the future of music. I just try to put words and melodies together and make something that people can pour their feelings, all their happiness and sorrows into, so that it changes their reality a little bit and gives them some comfort. For me, music is like medicine. Whenever I write a song and it feels healing to me, I know it can heal other people too."

Sierra Ferrell

Sierra Ferrell
With her spellbinding voice and time-bending sound, Sierra Ferrell makes music that’s as fantastically vagabond as the artist herself. Growing up in West Virginia, the singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist got her start belting out Shania Twain songs in a local bar at the age of seven, and left home in her early 20s to journey across the country with a troupe of wandering musicians. “I met all these homeless kids who were traveling all over the place and playing amazing old songs, and I wanted to be a part of that,” says Ferrell, who played everywhere from truck stops to alleyways to freight-train boxcars speeding down the railroad tracks. “The music they were making was so honest, so pure. It seemed important to bring that kind of music back, and it’s been with me ever since.”

After years of living in her van and busking on the streets of New Orleans and Seattle, Ferrell moved to Nashville and started landing gigs around town. Soon enough, her magnetic live show drew the attention of Rounder Records, who signed Ferrell in 2019. To date, she’s enchanted audiences at major festivals like The Avett Brothers at the Beach, AmericanaFest, and Out on The Weekend, and also shared the stage with the likes of Trampled by Turtles, Parker Millsap, Charley Crockett, and The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band.

Produced by 10-time GRAMMY award-winning producer and engineer Gary Paczosa and Stu Hibberd, Ferrell’s debut singles for Rounder feature a stellar lineup of musicians, including country royalty like Chris Scruggs and her longtime collaborator Nathan Leath (a fiddle player she first met at the American Legion Post 82’s Honky-Tonk Tuesday). Sprung from her self-described “country heart but a jazz mind,” those tracks include “Why’d Ya Do It”: a beguiling and bittersweet lament partly inspired by Ferrell’s fascination with calypso and tango music. (“That song took me a few years to put together—it’s such a different vibe for me, and I’m ridiculously happy with the outcome,” Ferrell notes.) And with its galloping rhythm and classic bluegrass storytelling—as well as a guest appearance from Grammy Award-winner Sarah Jarosz on background vocals—“Jeremiah” sweetly delivers what Ferrell dubs “a broken song, with a gleam of hope at the end.”

Now at work on her full-length debut for Rounder, Ferrell delights in defying all convention in everything she creates. “I want my music to be like my mind is—all over the place,” she says. “I listen to everything from bluegrass to techno to goth metal, and it all inspires me in different ways that I try to incorporate into my songs and make people really feel something.”

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