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Audio CD, June 15, 2010
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Married duo Ellery will be releasing their new album, This Isn t Over Yet, on June 15. Produced by Grammy winner Malcolm Burn (Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Kaki King, Iggy Pop, Dan Lanois) and recorded at Maison Bleue Studios in Kingston, NY, Tasha and Justin Golden have crafted a beautiful collection of songs whose sentiment is perfectly captured by their sophomore effort s title. The duo sought out producer Malcolm Burn for the challenge and perspective he could bring to their songwriting, and the recording of This Isn t Over Yet in the summer of 2009 was indeed a welcome challenge. Encouraged by Malcolm to explore the sound they naturally create when playing together, they tracked voice, piano and guitar simultaneously. He pushed them to look at their songs in a new light, stripping some down, lowering the key in others, and revealing a newness in songs they d been performing for a long while. Tasha described his process on the song Ways To Go as, scraping away the dirt and finding the song, all stark and lonely. They left the recording session proud of their work, but emotionally drained. Back on tour after recording, the unique stresses of earning a living as musicians for eight years was taking its toll on the couple. With a completed album and big plans for more tours and other projects, Tasha hit a wall of depression and exhaustion, not sure she could do any of it anymore. They decided to take a sabbatical from music to, she says, figure out what matters to us. After some time off the road, exploring a more normal life and other creative outlets, Tasha and Justin fell in love with their new project all over again. With renewed enthusiasm, they chose to self-release the album they now described as feeling like a home. In retrospect, the album seems to narrate the uncertainty that followed its writing and recording. Its eleven songs explore depression, denial, and a vague hope, as reflected in its title. The album s title is taken from its first track and single, Where It s Going - an uncharacteristically optimistic song that Tasha describes as a charismatic imposter. The addictive, flirtatious song lends a hopeful determination to the phrase this isn t over yet, which is how Ellery is currently looking at life. For further information, music, photo or interview requests, contact: Patrice Fehlen, September Gurl Music 718.768.3859, *Look for Ellery's new single, Where It's Going, on Paste Magazine's June 2010 CD Sampler! * Ellery's songs have been heard on TV dramas, in Starbucks, and on AAA radio around the country and in the UK. * Filmed a live concert for PBS, airing in 40+ markets around the US * Winners of the 2007 Mountain Stage NewSong International Songwriting Contest * Ellery was nominated for three 2006 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards, including Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, and Folk/Americana Band of the Year * Selected by Paste Magazine in 07 and 08 among 20 up & coming artists, to compete in their RockNReel Contest * Featured track on 2008's PBS Road Trip Nation


...The twosome's airy yet organic Pop has a soul-tickling emotional weight that many bands would die for. Starry-eyed yet also very grounded, Ellery's sound is romantic, dreamy, moving and flawlessly executed. --Cincinnati Citybeat Magazine

Check them out before they're on the cover of Rolling Stone. --Savannah Morning News

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