Sophia Verbilla’s Harmony Woods recently stopped by Bad Dad Music Productions and performed one of my favorites from her insane debut album Nothing Special. You can catch that below.
Titled “Negro Y Azul,” this track is loud and quiet and charged and soothing. Add in the narrative storytelling-type lyrics, and that crazy catchy guitar hook, and there’s a whole lot of feelings to go around.
So many feels, that they’ll go all the way around to First Unitarian Church this fall, when she opens for The World is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die and Rozwell Kid. It’s gonna be a good time, so go on and get your tickets here.