Angsty and ambitious is The Cover Letters newest single “Dollhouse” which takes an introspective and philosophical approach to existential topics that are easy to relate to as well as tying in pop sensible lyrical content about romanticism and love. “Dollhouse” as an arrangement goes the distance from atmospheric sections, to a metal influenced intro, to a hard hitting motif that reinvents throughout “Dollhouse”. Definitely an exciting production that features skilled musicianship. Looking forward to what comes next The Cover Letters, please see attached artist biography below.
“Hailed as “the most reinvented version of Americana you’ve ever heard… like if the rock of Meatloaf was thrown into the folk world” by Free Press Houston, Austin-based band The Cover Letter is on the rise in independent music.
Founded in the garage of bassist Jarrod Nall and guitarist/vocalist Jacob Shipman in 2013, the band released their debut, self-titled EP just two years later. The group has since grown into a dynamic six-piece featuring Evan Runyon (lead guitar), Angie Vanegas (vocals), Fletcher Inzer (keyboards) and Patrick Barrow (drums). They were ranked #1 in Music Connection Magazine’s Top 25 New Music Critiques 2017, named Top 10 Best New Austin Band by The Austin Chronicle, and have been featured in festivals across the state of Texas, including: Deep Ellum Arts Festival, Pecan Street Festival and Via Colori Festival.
Following the 2017 release of their sophomore EP, Cities Made of Sand, The Cover Letter remains hard at work on new material as they continue their string of high-intensity shows across Texas and beyond. The Cover Letter can be found on Spotify and all major music outlets, as well as across all social media platforms.
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