On April 16th, Nonesuch Records will release Ghost on Ghost, the fifth album from singer-songwriter Sam Beam's project Iron and Wine. Now you can take an exclusive first listen to the album cut "Grace for Saints and Ramblers." Packed with pep, the catchy track is driven by a simple acoustic riff, steady snare thumps and a sweet, energetic vocal performance from Beam. However, the initial modest impression proves deceiving; the song expands to show its true colors with perfectly placed flourishes of strings and brass that emerge from the background.
Iron and Wine Embrace Brass on 'Grace for Saints and Ramblers' - Song Premiere
Singer-songwriter Sam Beam returns with sweet, buoyant track
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