In These Silent Days Brandi Carlile

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Album-Release:
2021

HRA-Release:
30.09.2021

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  • 1Right on Time03:05
  • 2You and Me On The Rock03:50
  • 3This Time Tomorrow03:26
  • 4Broken Horses05:03
  • 5Letter To The Past03:40
  • 6Mama Werewolf03:41
  • 7When You’re Wrong04:26
  • 8Stay Gentle02:28
  • 9Sinners, Saints and Fools04:32
  • 10Throwing Good After Bad04:07
  • Total Runtime38:18

Info for In These Silent Days



In These Silent Days, the highly anticipated new studio album from six-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, performer, producer and New York Times Best Selling author Brandi Carlile.

Of the album, Carlile shares, “Never before have the twins and I written an album during a time of such uncertainty and quiet solitude. I never imagined that I’d feel so exposed and weird as an artist without the armor of a costume, the thrill of an applause and the platform of the sacred stage. 

Despite all this, the songs flowed through—pure and unperformed, loud and proud, joyful and mournful. Written in my barn during a time of deep and personal reckoning.

There’s plenty reflection…but mostly it’s a celebration. 

This album is what drama mixed with joy sounds like. It’s resistance and gratitude, righteous anger and radical forgiveness. 

It’s the sound of these silent days.”

Inspired by the mining of her own history while writing this year’s #1 New York Times Best Selling memoir Broken Horses (Crown), In These Silent Days was conceived of while Carlile was quarantined at home with longtime collaborators and bandmates Tim and Phil Hanseroth. The ten songs chronicle acceptance, faith, loss and love and channel icons like David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, Elton John and Joni Mitchell—the latter two who, by some sort of cosmic alignment of the stars, have turned out to be close friends in addition to being her biggest heroes and inspirations.

Recorded once again at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A with producers Dave Cobb and Shooter Jennings, the album features Carlile (vocals, guitar, piano), Tim Hanseroth (vocals, bass), Phil Hanseroth (vocals, guitar), Cobb (guitar, percussion) and Jennings (piano, organ, synth) as well as Chris Powell (drums, percussion), Josh Neumann (strings) and special guests Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Lucius on backing vocals on the track “You And Me On The Rock.”

Brandi Carlile



Brandi Carlile
was born on June 1, 1981 in Ravensdale, Washington. Her musical style has been described as alternative country and folk rock. Brandi taught herself to sing at a young age and began performing onstage when she was only 8. She was diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder at 16 and dropped out of high school to pursue a career in music. She began playing in Seattle night clubs and was signed to Columbia Records in 2004. In 2005 she released her first self-titled album, which led to her being featured on Rolling Stone's “10 Artists to Watch in 2005”. This album reached #80 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on US Folk Albums. Her second album The Story was released in 2007 and produced by T Bone Burnett. It features her biggest hit “The Story,” which was featured in several TV commercials and played during the end credits of the film The Lucky One. The Story reached #41 on the Billboard 200 and #10 on US Rock Albums. It also caught the attention of Elton John. Her next album Give Up the Ghost was released in 2009 and features a collaboration with Elton John on the song “Caroline.” It peaked at #26 on the Billboard 200 and earned Carlile a GLAAD Media Award nomination for “Outstanding Music Artist”. Live at Benaroya Hall with the Seattle Symphony was released in 2011 and reached #14 on the Top Rock Albums chart. Carlile released Bear Creek in 2012. The song “Heart's Content” was featured in the 2013 romantic film Safe Haven. The album peaked at #10 on the Billboard 200, #3 on the US Billboard Rock Albums. and #1 on the US Billboard Folk Albums. Her album The Firewatcher's Daughter was released in 2015 on ATO Records and features a more rock 'n' roll sound.

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