Today, Brooklyn-based Kyle Wall's Wharfer project is dropping the Eyelids EP, having already released first single “Hawley” earlier in the Spring. The EP was written, self-recorded and produced by Wall and mastered by Josh Bonati (Phosphorescent, Mac DeMarco, Woods, The Tallest Man On Earth), portraying a period of time in which the artist was dealing with considerable health issues.
The recording of today's single premiere, title track “Eyelids”, featuring Roy Williams on electric bass and mandolin alongside Wall. Channeling folk sounds of Cat Stevens and Cass McCombs, the track begins in a delicate acoustic waltz before descending into an agitated play between despairing vocals, far-off synths and a quiet bass.
“Eyelids” is available here. Stream the single below.