Annabelle’s Curse is the name of an upright bass that broke before a fateful first show. It is also the name of a Bristol based, super sweet alt-folk group. In the video for their song “Be Here Now,” we get intimate with the songs lyrics. As the lyric video plays out we see a pair of hands leaf through a book and later on, put pen to paper, presumably to write the song we’re currently listening to.
“Be Here Now,” is a feel good, self-aware love song. The band tells the story of a guy who is really, really in love and how he feels that even though it is clichéd, he wants this feeling to last forever. The descriptors are simple but rich in meaning. It’s a track full of meaningful ways to describe someone’s eyes and attempts to pinpoint exactly how to talk about love. With great transitions between folk guitar picking and heavier, full on electric guitar “Be Here Now,” is unassuming and dreamy the whole way through.
02.17•The Willow Tree (Johnson City, TN)
02.18•The Garage (Winston-Salem, NC)
02.24•Preservation Pub (Knoxville, TN)
02.25•Clyde’s on Main (Chattanooga, TN)
“Be Here Now,” comes from the band’s upcoming EP Here & Now, out February 17. Keep up with the band here.