Jack Name has shared his wonderful new song 'Sacred Place'.
The musician is a fixture on the North California underground, having played alongside White Fence, U.S. Girls, Cass McCombs, and more.
Welsh artist Cate le Bon - herself tied to that scene - is a keen supporter, with Jack's new album landing on November 20th via Mexican Summer.
New song 'Sacred Place' is a beautiful offering, with its tender word play reminiscent of those early Kurt Vile records.
There's a bittersweet quality to the song, one that dips into engrossing melancholy while still ringed with light.
Matching elements of Laurel Canyon introspection to curious lo-fi elements, 'Sacred Place' reveals and disguises in equal measure.
The video has a deeply surreal quality - tune in now.
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