Ida Mae with Jake Kiszka, “Long Gone and Heartworn”



Ida Mae’s new song “Long Gone and Heartworn” is snappy and catchy, with just a little bluegrass flavor. It is inspired by an endless stream of touring days and is presented exclusively through The Boot and our partner site Loudwire; readers can press play below to listen.

“We wanted to write something that we could imagine Dr Feelgood playing at a club on Canvey Island in Essex, [England]”says Ida Mae, guitarist and vocalist Chris Turpin, who verifies the name of the 70s pub rock band known for songs such as” Milk and Alcohol. “dark club -” a “song on the road” “that tries “to capture some of the exhausted adrenaline rush we feel as we travel from city to city night after night.”

Jake Kiszka – who, along with his brothers Josh and Sam and his friend Kyle Hauck, founded the group Greta Van Fleet in the early 2010s – plays dazzling guitar on “Long Gone and Heartworn”, exchanging licks with Turpin . The Ida Mae member, who has toured with rockers before, calls Kiszka’s inclusion in the song “absolute fun”.

“We were together, side by side, late at night in our home in Nashville, trading, [at] the start of the lockdown, with two amps thrown, “Turpin recalls.” We left it raw and raw to try and shade some of the energy of our favorite early rock ‘n’ roll tracks. “

“Long Gone and Heartworn” is one of 13 songs from Ida Mae’s upcoming album, Click Click Domino. The duo are made up of Turpin and his wife Stephanie Jean, originally from England now living in Nashville, who released their debut album, Chase the lights, in 2019. They met a decade ago, while studying at Bath University, and bonded around their love for a variety of early music; they first performed together under the Kill It Kid name but, under the Ida Mae name, have performed concerts with the Marcus King Band, Blackberry Smoke, Lone Bellow and others.

Ida Mae intended to record Click Click Domino with producer Ethan Johns – who also produced Chase the lights – but when the COVID-19 pandemic made international travel impossible, they got to work in their Nashville home. They played a variety of vintage instruments that they had collected over the years, while Johns and Nick Pini contributed drums and bass from abroad.

“Our goal was to take our sound further than it had ever been before. We wanted to get heavier and open things up and weave together all these different parts of what we do in one place, ”said Turpin. “Bringing together all these different instruments from different periods was a chance for us to reframe their context as well. as a way to pay homage to the land that inspired us. “

Click Click Domino is scheduled for Friday (July 16) and available for pre-order and pre-check-in now.

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