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Song Premiere: "Jupiter's Call"

Photo by Emory Hall

Trevor Hall's mystical musings have drawn comparisons to Citizen Cope and Bon Iver, yet his style is almost impossible to pigeonhole. Filtering the life affirming qualities of Eastern Mysticism, Native American traditions and astrology, through the lens of acoustic pop, Hall adds a soulful and intangible quality to his compositions. 

The ability to distill these concepts and experiences into something accessible is key to his connectivity and he has cultivated an unwavering and dedicated following that spans the globe over the course of his career. While the majority of his new material dips into world and electronic, his notoriously heartfelt acoustic numbers still crop up to round out the diverse musical pallet. 

No Depression is proud to present his song "Jupiter's Call" in anticipation of his newest album, The Fruitful Darkness, which drops this Friday. Mellow and uplifting yet strong and expansive, the song is a perfect way to start your week. You can almost feel the breeze through the window as Hall's windswept vocals guide you on a cathartic trip around the solar system.