New Release & Video: Native Harrow – If I Could

Today, Pennsylvania folk rock duo Native Harrow share their homespun, George Harrison-inspired video for “If I Could.” Over the track’s contemplative plea for mindful consumption and environmental action, the band appear in a 4-panel clip self-directed in quarantine by singer / songwriter Devin Tuel and her partner Stephen Harms.

Watch the new video below…

Says Devin Tuel about the track: “‘If I Could’ is a song that hangs on my own personal desire to shake people into realizing we only have one earth, one chance to keep it healthy and green and cool. And we’re blowing it. ‘If I Could’ is my plea to look around. Listen better, care more, respect what you can’t understand, plant a tree, recycle… the list of simple actions we as a whole have left behind as humans. It’s time to change or it will be too late. We have to get off of the hamster wheel we are trapped on and try harder to live truer more active lives.”

“If I Could” comes from the band’s new album Closeness, out September 4th on Loose. Recorded at Reliable Recorders in Chicago, and engineered by Alex Hall (Neko Case, JD McPherson), Closeness is a melodically robust and emotionally forthright collection.

Closeness tracklisting as follows…

  1. Shake
  2. The Dying Of Ages
  3. Smoke Burns
  4. Same Every Time
  5. Carry On
  6. If I Could
  7. Turn Turn
  8. Even Peace
  9. Feeling Blue
  10. Sun Queen

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