Phosphorescent - Song for Zula

The new track "Song for Zula" from long time favorite Phosphorescent just saw its release. The song will be part of Matthew Houck's (the man behind Phosphorescent) album Muchacho due out next March. Marked by stripped down and bare vocals, Houck lays everything out there with "Song for Zula." The lyricism of Houck shines through clear as day with the simplicity of the track. The new album emerges from an intense bout of emotion that lead Houck to pick up his bags and move to the Yucatan peninsula for an extended period. The string arrangement of the song gets me every time. The March release of Muchacho on Dead Oceans is certainly one to be stoked about.


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