Edward and Jane, purveyors of anthemic folk-infused pop, have released a new single, "Blue Ridge Goodbyes." "Haunting and cinematic, 'Blue Ridge Goodbyes'...will leave you breathless and intoxicated. The atmospheric piano and mournful vocals give this new track a dreamlike quality that shows the band heading in a new, exciting direction," says EARMILK in its premiere of the track. "The song’s melancholic beauty is amplified by its lush production and makes the track truly stand out amongst the rest of the husband/wife duos in the pop-folk genre." The song, which is a lament for what's been left behind, show the band moving in a new sonic direction.
In September 2018, the band released EP Too Early To Tell, a heartfelt five-song set, which artfully continued the band’s tradition of making music that brims with honest lyricism and incredible family band instrumentation. The album beautifully showcased the group's palpable chemistry, harmony-laden hooks, and ability to make even the most stoic listener swoon, as they distill influences from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers-esque classic rock to soul-moving gospel choir sensibilities. Too Early To Tell is a nostalgic journey to freedom that blends the bittersweet pain of departure with the flourishing beauty of independence.
Over time, we all learn that the most important things in life are the things that money can’t buy—family, friends, time, love. It is not without exception that Edward and Jane have not only found these things but have inextricably woven these timeless themes into the music they create. The Chattanooga, TN-based six-piece, lead by the gut-punching lyrics and heartstring-tugging harmonies of husband-wife duo Timothy Edward Carpenter and Emilie Jane Creutzinger have continued their tradition of making heartfelt reminders that music is the cloth by which we clean the heart’s window to discover what’s really important in life—those we love most.
"Blue Ridge Goodbyes" can be purchased HERE.