Folk rock/indie singer and songwriter Austin Archer announces his video ‘The Comeback’ from his latest album, ‘Beautiful Things’.
Said Austin: “The best way to truly understand what makes this record special is to listen to the full thing from start to finish. I know that sounds cliche, but it’s true. Listening to just one song won’t give you a clear picture of the variety of themes, sounds, and styles I try to bring to my work.”
Recklessly invigorating, the contrasts of what Austin’s latest single trounces with feeling and rock n’ roll vigil. With the highly triggered and urgent vocals, Austin’s radical charms flow with the consistency of your best times of your life memories.
With over 17 years of songwriting experience, several published albums, and an extensive catalog of production work, Archer’s Beautiful Things was created through an honest and well-earned knowledge of songwriting craft.
Archer released his first collection of music at the age of 20 while living in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The whimsically serious story telling, combined with the instinctual peace of mind of well thought out charms, Austin’s talents of getting to the nitty gritty of a subject matter, clicks with your sense of what music could be.
Seeing and listening to how Austin works, just gets your blood working.
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“I love the way your heartbeat sounds at night, I love the way your laugh sounds…” • BEAUTIFUL THINGS is now streaming everywhere! Go listen to the album and consider purchasing through bandcamp. Bandcamp has the far superior profit share with artists and for this record I’ll be donating a portion of all proceeds to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. So buy now to support independent music and mental health! Everything is linked in my bio!! • All songs written/produced/performed by Austin Archer (except track 10.5 which was written by Chris Bjornn) The album is mixed/mastered by @chris_marmalade_music Promo photos by @whithertford #indiemusic #indieartist #losangeles #nyc #slc #photography #suicideprevention #mentalhealth #love #spiritualhealth #singersongwriter