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Jeshua Marshall - New Album- "The Flood" on Vinyl.

Jeshua Marshall - New Album- "The Flood" on Vinyl.

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 Jeshua Marshall's sophomore album The Flood on Black Vinyl. 

Most artists will tell you that they sing about what they feel. Jeshua Marshall lives the music that he sings. From the time he was nine, when he was first inspired by a visit from Jimi Hendrix in a dream and subsequently gifted his first guitar, through to the formation of his band Larry and His Flask and now, some 20 years later, music has been mainstay of his life, the thing that’s inspired him, driven him and now, brought him to the precipice of the recognition he so decidedly deserves.

He’s worked tirelessly to get to this point. He and his band toured relentlessly, performing in all 50 states in the U.S., every providence in Canada, no less than 15 European countries, and in parts of the Middle East. A multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter, he conveys both passion and purpose in equal measure, a culmination of the hopes and aspirations that first fueled him as child in a family that split their time between the upper realms of the States and the sprawling southern environs of British Columbia.

With the anticipation for his second individual album, The Flood — a follow-up to his highly praised solo debut Shoot The Moon, released in the fall of 2021 — Jeshua is poised to make an indelible mark on the musical landscape in ways his fans and followers have long predicted. In so doing, he cites what he says was an exhilarating and exuberant experience, which he and the other musicians managed to capture live in only one or two takes.

Co-produced by Jeshua and Todd Rosenberg, who also engineered, and recorded at FUZZ Phonic Studios in his hometown of Bend, Oregon, The Flood is scheduled for release September 22nd. Self-distributed via CEN/The Orchard, it features Jeshua on vocals and guitar, Seth Acquarolo on guitar and keyboards, Davey Hemm on bass, Todd Rosenberg on drums, Miguel Mendoza on trumpet, and Wendi Wampler on clarinet. The sounds run a gamut, from the brass-infused reggae of the aptly-titled “Swing” and the sway and saunter of “Agua Es Vida” (a duet sung in Spanish with guest vocalist Yanin Saavedra), to the sultry and sensual stride of “Wave,” the energized and upbeat “Closed Doors” and the sprightly sound of “Ride.”

“Water,” the album’s first single, is a cover of a song written by Willy Tea Taylor about Taylor’s hometown of Knights Ferry, California, which is located in the central valley at the foothills of Yosemite. The song is about a rain event that was seemingly unrelenting at the time. “Knights Ferry is a very special place to me, a home away from home,” Jeshua explains. As a result, I fell in love with this song and learned it directly from Willy while I was touring through Scandinavia while playing bass for him in 2017.”

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