ERIC & MAGILL BRING INTIMACY TO THEIR LONG DISTANCE PARTNERSHIP WITH PEACH COLORED ORANGES OUT TODAY
LISTEN ON TO PEACH COLORED ORANGES : HERE
“Soft harmonies, catchy melodies and delightful beats create dreamy pastel soundscapes that wash over the listener. Though this is undoubtedly pop music, Eric & Magill explore deeper realms as they seek real connections with each other and those lucky enough to hear the album.” – GLIDE MAGAZINE
Wayfaring duo Eric & Magill’s fourth full length album Peach Colored Oranges is available worldwide today on all major digital platforms. The album is also available via limited edition cassette tapes through the Katuktu Collective.
“there’s a smoky entry, gradually releasing softened vocals atop careful picking. But, those looking to hear the band expand upon that will find the burst of euphoric pop during the chorus refreshing.” – Austin Town Hall
Ryan Weber and Eric Osterman, who make up Eric & Magill have a very unique musical partnership. Rarely over the course of their music making have the two been in the same physical space. Their collaboration has taken place across multiple timezones and tens of thousands of miles. For Peach Colored Oranges the duo found themselves in the closest proximity to each other in the life of their musical partnership, traveling and transferring ideas, the short distance between Washington D.C. and Brooklyn.
This closeness is reflected in the album that has a new found warmth and intimacy to it, where their prior albums were composed of larger spacious sounds. The duo’s previous album 2014’s In This Light, 2013’s Night Singers and 2010’s All Those I Know featured collaborations with members of the Dirty Projectors, Sylvan Esso, Owen, Volcano Choir, Shearwater, The Promise Ring, Delgados and more. With Peach Colored Oranges they trimmed backed the number of guests, swapped their electric guitars for acoustics, creating a stripped back and intimate translation of their signature dream pop.
“Weber – who has also played in Decibully and the Promise Ring – and the Brooklyn-based Osterman have perfected an electropop formula that effortlessly transcends the distance between them.” – Rolling Stone