Watch the Lone Bellow’s In-Studio Lyric Video for ‘Take My Love’
Brooklyn alt-country trio the Lone Bellow recently released their excellent sophomore album, Then Came the Morning, via Descendant Records. They've been making their rounds in support of the release, recently appearing on CBS This Morning to perform three of the new album's tracks. Now, the band has released a brand new lyric video for "Take My Love" -- check it out above.
The video captures the trio recording and chatting with each other at Dreamland -- a 19th-century church that's been converted into a studio -- during sessions for the new record; the lyrics to the powerful ballad are projected in front of the footage. Produced by the National's Aaron Dessner, Then Came the Morning serves as the follow-up to the band's self-titled debut album.
The Lone Bellow's compelling story is all the more reason to value what they do as musicians. Frontman Zach Williams found comfort in writing songs and learning guitar following his wife's temporarily paralyzing horseback riding incident. While that's just the tip of the band's story, you can learn more about their journey in our exclusive conversation here.
The Lone Bellow are currently on tour in the U.S. through July 26 in Camden, N.J. and then will head to Europe this summer. You can check out their full itinerary at their official website.