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  • Valley Announces New Album “Water the Flowers, Pray for a Garden”, Shares Title Track

  • Toronto-based alt-pop band Valley, consisting of Rob Laska (vocals/guitar), Alex Dimauro (bass) and Karah James (drums), has announced their third studio album “Water the Flowers, Pray for a Garden” will be released on August 30, 2024 via Capitol Records/Universal Music Canada.

    It marks their first release since guitarist Mickey Brandolino's departure.
    The album comprises a 11-track, produced by Chase Lawrence and Valley.

    The band said of the album, “Water the Flowers, Pray for a Garden serves as a powerful metaphor for the ways in which we nurture our connections with others and life around us. By recognizing the cyclic nature of life and embracing the transformative power of death and rebirth, we cultivate resilience, empathy, and a profound understanding of our interconnectedness. Recorded deep in the smoky mountains over the course of a month, we truly captured a special moment in time. We're so proud of this album and what it has taught us about being a band, but more importantly, being humans.”
  • From the album, the band released the title track as the second single on June 7, 2024.
    The track was written by Alex DiMauro, Chase Lawrence, Karah James, Mickey Brandolino, Rob Laska, and Trent Dabbs. Produced by Chase Lawrence and Valley.
    The accompanying live video was directed by Ievy Stamatov, who also directed their previous video for “When You Know Someone”.

    The band drummer Karah James said of the song, “'Water The Flowers, Pray For A Garden' is a song about love and loss. It touches on the classic idea that nobody is going to make you happier than yourself, and sometimes we take ourselves too seriously to the point where we become unhappy. Everything feels like a bigger deal than it really is or ever should be. Sometimes the best thing we can do is just laugh at ourselves and let it go.”

  • The song was written in the same session as the 2021 “Like 1999”.
    Karah James added, “We had these two paths that we previously didn’t know we had. This feels like us. It feels like a path that finally feels like Valley.”
  • source : Apple Music
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