by | Jan 26, 2016

You know how Kurt Travis has a record label called Esque Records? Well the A Lot Like Birds vocalist recently signed singer/songwriter Paul Travis to his roster… and Kurt was so inspired by Paul’s music that they’re releasing a split EP.

Kurt put together some indie-folk songs of his own for a split. One being this track “Stay Please.”

Kurt said,

‘Stay Please’ was originally supposed to be off my previous full length release, and has a hint of that vibe in some places. I’m very excited to be showcasing this EP, I’m in love with Paul Travis’ work on this collaboration, and am eager to release his full length album in the months to come!

The split is due out on Feb. 1st.

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