LA quintet Greg in Good Company mix the the guttural soul musings of Ray LaMontagne with the jubulant psychedelic folk vibes of Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeroes.
Primary songwriter Greg Gilman was a fixture at stand-up clubs for the past decade, known mostly for his biting satirical songs. After he shared some more earnest compositions with his tight-knit group of musician friends, they encouraged him to find an outlet for the new material, and together they all began perfoming the uplifting collaboration under the banner of Greg in Good Company. The resulting recordings access some truly powerful and cathartic vibes.
We have the pleasure of premiering their rolling roots rock single “Carrie’s Song”, recorded by producer Mitchell Haeuszer at HAUS Music in Studio City. The song is evocative of the affirmentioned musical evolution, paying homage to the deep friendships that supported Greg’s transition from jocular performer to serious songwriter. It’s a beacon of light in the often self-consumed tendencies of most modern artists, and also offers up an upbeat meditation on an emotion and commitment America needs more than ever right now.