In July Flame, Laura Veirs paints a picture of summer love, invoking images of 4th of July fireworks, cookouts and summer joy. We’re meant to imagine if this young lover’s feelings are real or unrequited, by literally asking Can I call you mine? "July Flame" Track Info. July Flame Laura Veirs. 1. I Can See Your Tracks.
July Flame is American singer-songwriter Laura Veirs' seventh studio album, released on January 12, 2010. The title comes from a type of peach Veirs saw at a farmer's market. Jim James of American rock band My Morning Jacket contributes falsetto harmonies on several tracks, including "Carol Kaye" which is a tribute to the so named bass guitarist. The Independent calls it an "obliquely beautiful record, as they tend to be. Poetic and simple".
Album · 2010 · 13 Songs. Singer-songwriter Laura Veirs flirted with the mainstream with a major-label record contract, but in 2010, she’s back in the independent world, scaling back on her arrangements and allowing her folk roots to show through. Out of financial necessity she had to let her backing band go, but this new loneness is not so bad. I Can See Your Tracks begins spookily enough, Veirs’ voice peeking out from behind the echo, provided by her boyfriend and ire Tucker Martine. They’ve been working together for years and they create a romantic weave that’s alluded to throughout the lyrics.
Band Name Laura Veirs. Album Name July Flame. Released date 12 January 2010. Labels Bella Union Raven Marching Band Records. 4. Where Are You Driving ?
I Can See Your Tracks, 02:58. Where Are You Driving?, 02:53.
I'm trying to imagine Laura Veirs playing in a Pacific Northwest-style girl punk group. Apparently, that's what her first band was, back when she was studying geology and Mandarin Chinese at college in Minnesota. They've just favored subtle ways to present those things. But a little bit of starry-eyed hero worship amidst all the poetic imagery keeps the album grounded in spite of all its poetic flights, and July Flame is ultimately a record that's easy to get into and just as easy to stay with.
Album: July Flame (2010). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This is the title track from American singer-songwriter Laura Veirs' seventh studio album. The inspiration for the song came from a type of peach Veirs saw on a summer visit to the farmer's market. She explained to The Portland Mercury: "I just saw it at the market and I was like, 'Oh, that's a cool name for a peach, I'll write a song about that