On Tea Leaf Green’s new single, “Two Parts,” the band trades its jam band roots for a groove-heavy, late-night sound that’s more reminiscent of Radiohead. The band recorded the song at Coyote Hearing, an Oakland-area studio that drummer Cochrane McMillan opened after selling an original Picasso painting. You can see the studio in the song’s music video, which takes a peak into the recording sessions that went into Tea Leaf Green’s new album, In the Wake.
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“For ‘Two Parts,’” explains keyboardist Trevor Garrod, “the band decided we would shoot the video over the course of a week while we where recording the new record, In the Wake. The video is a behind the scenes peak at our recording process, where we make our myths and bust our balloons at our studio Coyote Hearing.”