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Family, Music, and Mythology: An Interview with HØVDING

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The music industry is full of acts that were born from family ties: from the pop stylings of The Jackson 5 to the grungy sci-fi epics of Chevelle. One of the latest to hit the scene has been HØVDING, a Nashville-based project formed by singer and violinist, Nika Jane, and her father and producer, Geoff Duncan. The duo finds their inspiration from Nordic history and mythology, and you can feel the mystic undercurrent and palpable heartbeat that runs through each of their songs with urgency. Join contributing writer Charlie Maybee, as he sits down with Jane and Duncan to discuss their music catalogue to-date, songwriting influences, and what the future holds for the band.

Zach Seabaugh Recounts a Missed Connection with “Girl in a Coffee Shop”

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More to Watch Indie pop musician, Zach Seabaugh, laments the loss of a love he never had in the first place with his latest single “Girl in a Coffee Shop”. With strong daydreaming romanticism, he imagines the possible “could be” scenarios of a missed connection. “’Girl in a Coffee Shop’ is a song about seeing […]