Heather Woods Broderick Announces New Album ‘Labyrinth’, Shares Video for New Single ‘Crashing Against the Sun’

Heather Woods Broderick has introduced her fifth album, Labyrinth. It’s due for launch on April 7 by way of Western Vinyl, and in the present day, she’s shared a brand new single, ‘Crashing Towards the Solar’, which is accompanied by a Jeremy Johnstone-directed video. The monitor follows November’s ‘Blood Run By Me’, which options vocals from the album’s co-producer D. James Goodwin and singer-songwriter Lisa Hannigan. Try the brand new monitor under, together with Labyrinth‘s cowl artwork and tracklist.

‘Crashing Towards The Solar’ is about “‘coming to phrases with the realities of in the present day, and shifting by means of the current with a presence of thoughts and recognition of all the probabilities the long run holds,” based on Broderick. “It’s about what we cling to as reassurance or validation in our world, and the way these items are sometimes fleeting. The track illustrates a curiosity as to how those self same sentiments may also have twin existence and current positivity. The subtleties of existence are filled with variability. Our expertise can usually really feel redundant, however uniqueness lies within the particulars. Primarily, time flies, benefit from the experience.”

Introducing Labyrinth‘s themes, she mentioned: “Many people yearn for stillness and peace, as an escape from the motion throughout us. But motion is perpetual, occurring on a regular basis on some stage. It’s as wild because the wind, but eternally predictable in its inevitability. It’s linear partly, however infinite in its circuitry. Our lives simply punctuate it.”

Labyrinth Cowl Paintings:

Labyrinth Tracklist:

1. As I Left
2. I Need To Go
3. Admiration
4. Crashing Towards The Solar
5. Wandering
6. Wherever I Go
7. Tiny Receptors
8. Blood Run By Me
9. Appeared A River
10. What Does Love Care