Meg Baird Shares Video for New Song ‘Ashes, Ashes’

    Meg Baird has shared the latest single from her forthcoming record Furling. It’s called ‘Ashes, Ashes’, and it follows earlier cuts ‘Will You Follow Me Home?’ and ‘Star Hill Song’. Check it out via the accompanying video, created by Rachael Pony Cassells, below.

    Discussing the visual, Cassells said in a statement: “I have been thinking about the relationship of fire to water. Sometimes they resemble one another, it’s hard to tell if we are burning or drowning. Smoke blinks tears to eyes; fire eventually brings the rain. California, Australia, inferno, flood. We came of age in a very different time, when the cycles of fire to water were gentler. They did not frequently destroy the homes of our friends and families. I remember flying into SFO in 2020 the day the morning skies were midnight. Dark and red. I landed to a text message from Meg. Preempting my panic, she assured me that while it looked like the end of the world, and is surely symptomatic of the end of many eras, the fog was pushing up the wildfire smoke allowing us to breathe in the dark.”

    Furling is due for release on January 27 through Drag City.

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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