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Sounds Like: Gram Parsons, The Byrds, George Jones, Lucinda Williams, The Jayhawks
Label: Dogote Prince
Bio: Harmondale debuted in 2007 at the legendary Southern California honky-tonk Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace. Laura Harmondale grew up in Ohio and after too many depressing winters, found her way to sunny Joshua Tree CA in 2005. She began hanging around the musical "hot spots" of the desert - ...See Full Bio
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"Very rarely does an album come across our desk, that warrants such joy in hearing it, tears well up. Harmondale is an exception. It’s the sort of music that cuts right through the gut and makes one truly feel. It’s sound coming from the core and one that comes across as whole-heartily familiar. There’s a wonderful earnestness to Harmondale’s vibe. The singing, the writing and the music. Present in Spirit of 73, is a quiet confidence paired with youthful exuberance, which is exemplified in the chorus of the soulful ballad, “Holy Water,” when Harmondale confesses, “It’ll take more than holy water to save my soul.” It seems clear from tracks like that, she has found more than just talented Joshua Tree musicians to collaborate with and get her long incubated project off the ground. And? She did...."