“The title of the album sounds not just like an observation about the times we live in, but about Hale’s own inner turmoil about uprooting his life to chase music in Nashville.”
The Deli Nashville discusses Sam Hale’s new EP Somewhere Between Love & War. Check it out here.
“I don’t intentionally incorporate my influences. They kinda just happen naturally and most times if it’s too obvious I will ditch the idea. I try to be selective about what sounds and vocal phrasing comes through in my music.”
Sam Hale sat down with The Warped Machine to talk all about his new EP Somewhere Between Love & War, his tour with Jon Pattie, and more. Check it out here.
“For all of you musicians who are thinking about moving to Nashville and aren’t sure which city is best for your career, I would say do some soul searching. Ask yourself, ‘What do I really want from music?’. If you want to be a songwriter and co-write with a bunch of different artists, then move to Nashville… it’s great for that!”
Learn all about Sam Hale’s move to Nashville in his guest blog for Indie Band Guru. Read it here.
Sam Hale recently sat down with Live A Little Bit Louder to discuss his new EP Somewhere Between Love & War.
“The EP is like a dream with mountains, valleys and rivers colored with a pastel color palette,” Sam said. “You will feel a wide range of emotions—at least that’s how I felt when I was writing it.”
Read the full interview here.
“‘Somewhere Between Love & War’ can be explored as Sam’s ‘darkest’, and yet hopeful & introspective, musical chapter in his impressive discography. Both in style and subject matter. The Nashville southern folk spice has added such flavor to his indie rock pop talents. Giving each track a kind of haunting-devilish edge you definitely can’t find in the City of Angels.”
That Buzzing Sound shines the spotlight on Sam Hale and his new EP Somewhere Between Love & War. Check out the full interview here.
“When I recorded my album ‘A View From The Highest Point’, I learned a lot about myself and my capabilities as a musician. I started to believe more in what I can do in music and pushed myself further than I thought imaginable. This was my first album I produced.”
Sam Hale talks about self-producing his first album in a guest blog for Infectious Magazine. Check it out here.
“When I came to Nashville. It’s a little bit more stripped down out here. It’s like it’s back to the basics with drums, bass and guitars.”
The Reclusive Blogger recently talked to Sam Hale about his move from Los Angeles to Nashville, how it’s influenced his music, and more. Read the full interview here.
“’Can’t Take It’ was inspired by a sort of toxic relationship. I was with someone who I cared for dearly, but was holding me back. That song wrote itself rather quickly and I tried to keep it quite simple, because the message was clear to me of what I needed to do…”
Rock Your Lyrics sat down with Sam Hale to talk all about his single “Can’t Take It,” what the best lyric he ever wrote was, and more. Check out the full interview here.
“With swirling haunting electronics around stinging guitar injections ‘Supernatural’ is a mystical whirl of gripping musicianship wrapped in compact production to create a catchy number with a meaty sincere backing.”
Check out Indie Buddie‘s insightful review of Sam Hale‘s single “Supernatural” here.