Sing Low, Indigo | So Little Has Been Tried

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So Little Has Been Tried

by Sing Low, Indigo

Debut album by a Seattle-based quartet, featuring eight original songs. With a dreamy, jazzy vibe, the band also wanders into American and pop sounds. The lyrics explore memory, isolation, connection, and the moods of life's many phases.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. What We Can Find
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2. Into the Sea
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3. Now That You Can Breathe
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4. Sliver of the Moon
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5. Bringing Flowers
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6. Melancholy Sweet
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7. The Easy Way
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8. Wayfaring Stranger
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9. Old Soul
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sing Low, Indigo started as a collaboration between jazz guitarist and songwriter, Glen VanDerPloeg, and vocalist Heidi Matthews. They built a repertoire of original tunes complemented by fresh interpretations of songs from the jazz age to our age. At their shows, you'll hear Glen's songs, which range from moody ballads to philosophical Americana to upbeat, jazzy pop, interspersed with tunes you know from Cole Porter, Nina Simone, the Rolling Stones, Leonard Cohen, and the Black Keys. Not guided by nostalgia or strict adherence to tradition, they work to make music that combines the sophistication of the past with the passion and immediacy that reaches audiences today.

When the time came to add a rhythm section, Heidi and Glen were joined by drummer Dave Bush and upright bassist Will Stump.

In the summer of 2016 the band finished recording their first album of eight originals by Glen and the traditional tune "Wayfaring Stranger." They were joined in the studio by guests Holly Eckert-Lewis on violin, Gordy Ryan on congas, and Randy Rush on organ and electric piano.

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