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Over Alders

by Over Alders

Transcending musical genres and provoking thought about gender harmony through acoustic guitar, melody, and experience.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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2. Smile
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3. Progress
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4. One Night
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5. The One Who Bleeds
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6. Valorous
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7. Doorway
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9. To Watch Her Sleep
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10. Look Beyond
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11. My Way
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Over Alders” is the new rendering of local veteran musician, Jason Henderson Amare, and Tiffany Mericle, both formerly of the award-winning band HEMA. Moving away from their rock-and-roll past, the two envisioned compositions with a balance of storytelling lyricism, musical poetry, and unexpected dynamics.

Jason has been playing the Portland music scene off and on for over a decade, both in bands and as a singer/songwriter. Most recently, he was front-man to the band HEMA. After attending several shows, Tiffany soon learned many of the songs and began singing harmonies while in the audience. Soon, Tiffany was asked to come on stage and sing along; she eventually became the fifth member of the band, playing keyboard and singing backup vocals. When HEMA went on an indefinite hiatus, Jason and Tiff decided to keep singing together, and the new project was born.

This self-titled album is their second endeavor, offering commentary from two perspectives about gender inequality and what it means to be a feminist. It is a follow-up to their first album, "FAUL," available on iTunes, recorded under the name ‘Jason and Tiff.'

What others are saying:

“First, there’s the name Over Alders and the story of how Jason and Tiff came to it: inspired by “two wings equivalent in strength.” That’s the metaphysical side of this duo. Then there’s this other piece: a deep warmth and sense of intimacy in the music that comes directly from their relationship. A gift to my ears and eyes.”
–Inessa, Portland Radio Project
This interview is available in its entirety on Soundcloud, Portland Radio Project

"There's a certain honesty to acoustic music and it rings through with Jason and Tiff. Through the noticeable full guitars, blending of voices, and...lyrics, it's music that at once relaxes and makes you think a little, which is a pretty good trick." --Paul Linnman, 1190 KEX Clear Channel Media

"Pleasant." --Charles Carlson

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