The new Mercy Choir EP "More Than Ever" is out now and buyable, downloadable, and streamable on all your favorite music purveyor websites. I recommend bandcamp, because they give the artist the most money, but feel free to ingest it any way you see fit:
This lineup of Mercy Choir (Tim Goselin (guitar), Chris Zollo (keys), Brian Slattery (bass), Bruce Crowder (drums), and Loralee Geil (vocals/percussion) has played many shows together in the past 2 years. We wanted to record a few songs that are just us playing in a room, so we can show people what we've been up to and how we've progressed as a live band. 2 new songs (More Than Ever, Matter of a Fool), 1 new version of a newish song (13th of July), and 1 really old song (Day I Finally Gave You Up).
Scott Amore ((Mark Mulcahy, Butterflies of Love, Famous Problems) threw us in a room and recorded us in a few hrs. That's this EP. I hope you enjoy it.
We'll have a release party tonight at Best Video in Hamden, CT. Hope to see you there.
Additionally, I sat down with Karen Ponzio of the New Haven Independent and talked about the EP, songwriting, the future of Mercy Choir, and a bunch of other stuff.
As always, thanks for paying attention and for the support. Aside from listening, if you wanna help out, please share the album on social media, add the songs to playlists on spotify, and tell everyone how "More Than Ever" is the hottest track of Spring 2018 and probably would have been a hit in the early 90s.
Be well. Stay Strong,