“The next player on a continuum that stretches from CSNY and Gene Clark to My Morning Jacket and Jonathan Wilson. An unambiguously terrific album” 8/10 UNCUT
“..dense, dusty psychedelic Americana that makes the similarly inclined Tame Impala sound a little lightweight” **** Q
“Big-scale Americana…cosmic poetry, crunching guitars, and swooning pedal steel” **** Mojo
“Nash settles into a languid, hallucinatory groove that recalls mid-1970s Neil Young and the more recent mystic wanderings of My Morning Jacket….Cosmic Americana of the very highest order” 9/10 Classic Rock
“Luxuriant Americana” **** Daily Mirror
Cosmos‐wrangling Americana upstart Israel Nash returns from Texas Hill Country with Israel Nash’s Silver Season, a deeply gorgeous and wholly immersive nine‐song set that plays less like an album, and more like a cross section of time and space. The man’s fourth LP ventures farther down the acid-soaked trail blazed by 2013’s Rain Plans, arriving in lush and expansive territory. Here, this Missouri son sounds more assured than ever, supported by his highly capable band and production inspired by psychedelic greats.
The album was written and recorded on Nash’s 15-acre ranch in Dripping Springs, near Austin TX, where he and his band built Plum Creek Sound, a 1,400 square-foot Quenset studio. Recorded to tape with Grammy-award winning engineer Ted Young (Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth, The Rolling Stones) behind the boards, the analogue hum grounds the guitar wizardry, while the depth of the sound ties the band to the pasture that surrounds.
In support of the new record, Nash and his band will visit Europe on tour in early 2016.