credit: Eddie Chacon
The dreamy duo, In The Valley Below, return with another self-recorded and produced collection of dark and hopeful duets. The steady, slow burn success of their alternative hit “Peaches” brought Jeffrey Jacob and Angela Gail from European music festivals like Reading and Leeds to Austin City Limits and appearances on Letterman and Conan. After a few years of endless touring in support of their debut album “The Belt” (Capitol Records), In The Valley Below left Echo Park in Los Angeles, for a northern home in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Looking for some “peace and quiet and clean air”, they built a studio in the basement of a 93 year old house, and have spent the last year recording and writing. Look for their sophomore release on Bright Antenna and Arts & Crafts later this year.