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Pinegrove's new album 1111 is an unqualified triumph, an album that seises listeners with hook-filled songs imbuing feelings of warmth, urgency, and poetic beauty, even as it asks some of life's big and difficult questions. On previous Pinegrove recordings, band member Sam Skinner usually oversees mixing duties, but this time out, noted producer and former Death Cab for Cutie member Chris Walla has assumed the role. Calling previous album Marigold's production crisp and contained, Hall, who co-produced 1111 with Sam, sought more of a messier feel for these new songs. Most of the recording took place at two Hudson Valley facilities Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock and The Building in Marlboro with the final touches done side by side with Walla in Seattle. 1111 features lush soundscapes, organs, Megan Benavente's melodic and adventurous bass playing, Josh Marre's signature guitar work & a special guest- Doug Hall, Evan's father- playing piano on many tracks. The record sounds intimate, yet expansive. It spends equal time on optimism, community, reaffirming what we are and how it's our duty to look out for one another says singer Evan Stephens Hall. There's anger, luv, hope and grief. The record has all of that. The opening mini epic track, Habitat, is a two-part masterpiece of texturalism, brimming with robust, percussive guitars and driven by unsettling shifts. Another key track is Alaska, a happy-go-lucky romp of dense, bracing guitar rock, lurching out of the gate with tectonic force and boasting hooks at every turn. Later, the breezy, pastoral folk-tinged Iodine glistens with exquisite vocal harmonies, and Flora is a beautifully appointed apology to nature, its luxurious country rock feels connected to past masters like the Flying Burrito Brothers or early Wilco.

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Pinegrove's new album 1111 is an impressive work that captures the band's signature sound with a freshness and energy. With producer Chris Walla at the helm, the album was recorded in two Hudson Valley facilities and Seattle, with lush soundscapes, organs, Megan Benavente's bass playing, Josh Marre's guitar work and a special guest on piano. The album's opener, Habitat, is a two-part masterpiece of texturalism, while Alaska is a romp of dense, bracing guitar rock with hooks at every turn. Iodine glistens with vocal harmonies and Flora is a beautiful apology to nature, its country rock feel reminiscent of the Flying Burrito Brothers and Wilco. 1111 is an album that captures a range of emotions, from optimism to anger, luv, hope and grief, making it an unqualified triumph.

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  • Pinegrove's new album 1111 is produced by Chris Walla, former Death Cab for Cutie member, and features lush soundscapes, organs, Megan Benavente's melodic and adventurous bass playing, and Josh Marre's signature guitar work.
  • The record includes the two-part masterpiece of texturalism, Habitat, as well as the happy-go-lucky romp of dense, bracing guitar rock, Alaska.
  • Other tracks on the album include Iodine, a breezy, pastoral folk-tinged song, and Flora, a beautifully appointed apology to nature.

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11:11

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