Alternative folk-rock group HuDost are set to release “The River Lost,” the second single from their forthcoming album on Friday, February 8 – but today, Grateful Web has an exclusive stream.
On “The River Lost,” HuDost deliver their affecting and emotive-vibe; an introspective ballad that touches upon the longing for reunion that exists in even our darkest waters. Notably, on the group’s forthcoming album, members of Jars Of Clay make appearances throughout. Fans of the song can pre-save it here for Spotify.
Led by Moksha Sommer and Jemal Wade Hines, HuDost are currently one of the artists struggling with fund disbursement from their recent PledgeMusic campaign though they’re trying to not let it slow down the release of their new full-length album, Of Water + Mercy which is set to be released on Friday, April 5.
The music of HuDost weaves a seamless tapestry of folk, world, and rock cultivating the nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts and invoking total celebration. Having toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe constantly since April 2006, HuDost has grown and expanded, travelled rocky and glorious terrain and marveled at all they can learn and explore. Moksha and Jemal Wade in this time have grown as artists, as seekers, as a couple and as a family. Since 2015 they have also been highly engaged activists, doing advocacy work as KY Congressional District Representatives for ONE (a non-profit organization working to end extreme poverty and, specifically, the sexism of poverty).
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