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The sit tight for new music from the Avett Brothers is over. Despite the fact that the band has been performing it live in show, “Ain’t No Man,” the main single from their expected collection, True Sadness, is presently authoritatively discharged.
“Ain’t No Man” is an uptempo, full-bodied, amicability overwhelming tune that audience members will become hopelessly enamored with upon first tune in; press play on the video above to hear it. Bassist Bob Crawford tells Consequence of Sound that the melody started with Scott and Seth Avett in the studio attempting to begin on some new music.
“Scott had these verses and had this thought in his mind, and he sang it — he was simply singing it for Seth. Also, he sang the bass line — he had this bass line in his mind — he sang the bass line for him, and that was actually, it was only sort of like smoke in a jug,” Crawford reviews. “It was one minute of complete motivation; it was one of these minutes when the melody sort of meets up in one second. That was the genesis for the vibe and for fundamentally what turned into that melody.”
The bass line, undoubtedly, emerges and is critical to the fiery, “stick it to the man”- sort vibe of the melody.
“I feel like “Ain’t No Man,” sort of, there is a more elevated amount to it. I’m attempting to dodge “religion” and “otherworldly,” however there is something about discovering your place in the universe, or having the capacity to put your finger on where you sit in this life, whatever your religion is or your perspective is,” Crawford proceeds. “I sense that on the off chance that you take the list of tunes that we have from 2001 to the previous 15 years, there is this, this melody is practically similar to the star on top of the tree as it were.”
It’s been three years since the Avett Brothers discharged their last collection, Magpie and the Dandelion. Genuine Sadness is set for discharge on June 24; in March, the gathering reported the venture in a letter from Sett Avett, who calls the new plate “an interwoven unique blanket, both specifically and elaborately.”
The Avett Brothers are right now on their spring/summer visit and as of late played Madison Square Garden. In June, they will perform at Mountain Jam in Hunter, N.Y.