Andrew Combs

Andrew Combs shares the quietly cinematic video for his meditative track “Mark of the Man” off his critically-acclaimed new album Sundays (Tone Tree [US]/Loose Records [UK/EU]). The video was directed by Austin Leih, whose recent work includes clips for Nikki Lane and Caitlin Rose. Returning from a tour across the UK and Europe, Combs will celebrate the new album with a special hometown release show this Sunday, October 2 at The Basement. Find more details here.


Today, acclaimed artist Andrew Combs shares “Anna Please,” the latest single from his forthcoming album Sundays (August 19th, Tone Tree (US), Loose Records (UK/EU)). The song’s sparse, cinematic silence is reminiscent of Ingmar Bergman’s work, and the accompanying music video pays homage to the Swedish filmmaker’s 1972 film Cries and Whispers.

Watch the official “Anna Please” music video via YouTube

Indie-folk singer/songwriter Andrew Combs is engaging in the highest order of flattery –a collection of cover songs. The acclaimed Nashville singer/songwriter announces his new EP 5 Covers & A Song with his version of The Strokes’ “Reptilia.” Brooklyn Vegan says, “He [Combs] gives it a bit of Americana twist too and he uses horns to re-create the main guitar riff, but he keeps the singing more true to the original.

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