Harmony Woods

New Track: "The City's Our Song" - Harmony Woods

“The City’s Our Song” is the latest single from Harmony Woods's forthcoming album, Make Yourself At Home, which is scheduled for release on October 4 via Skeletal Lightning. The track explores the temporary euphoria of a freshly kindled connection. For at least one evening, everything appears to fall into place, and this infectious, melodic rocker captures those memorable moments. Harmony Woods will be hosting the record's release celebration at Everybody Hits on Friday, October 11, joined by Highnoon, Sammy Heck, and Monster Bad.

New Track: "Ghosts" - Harmony Woods

Harmony Woods just shared, “Ghosts,” the lead single from their forthcoming sophomore album Make Yourself at Home, which is scheduled for release on October 4 via Skeletal Lightning. The song gradually gathers speed as Sofia Verbilla existentially observes individuals and processes. Taking in the longterm view, while also remembering to live in the moment, the track is soothing in its poised, energetic poignance. Harmony Woods will be performing tomorrow evening at Everybody Hits, as part of a lineup that also includes Shannen Moser, Half Thought, and Jetty Bones.

Debut Harmony Woods LP Available for Streaming

Philly singer-songwriter Harmony Woods, a.k.a. Sofia Verbilla, shook our foundation with her latest single "Renovations". Her debut full-length album, Nothing Special, is set to come out this Friday, May 5 via Honest Face Records, but you can stream the LP below in its entirety. It was recorded by Modern Baseball's Jake Ewald with bandmate Brendan Lukens accompanying on lead guitar. You can also join Verbilla and friends the evening of her release at JJ's Diner, where she'll be supported by Major Pursuit and Soft Idiot. (Photo by Emily Dubin)

New Track: "Renovations" - Harmony Woods

Philly singer-songwriter Harmony Woods, a.k.a. Sofia Verbilla, creates a touching imagery of a love that might not be meant to last in her latest single, "Renovations," which premiered ealier today over at Stereogum. The lines - "I tried to be build a home in you, but the foundation was overlooked. The floorboards are shaking in the room we loved once. Is this the end for us? Is this the end for us?" - hit like a ton of bricks before the hopeful, upbeat realization that letting go might be best. You can find the lovely ditty on her forthcoming LP Nothing Special, due out May 5 via Honest Face Records. (Photo by Ashley Gellman)

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