John Haesemeyer’s new album ‘Three Mirrors’


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San Francisco folk-rock artist John Haesemeyer officially released his second studio album today entitled ‘Three Mirrors’. This album was quite the production, working with 20 plus other nationally prominent musicians including the former guitarist for Prince. John had a album release party on the 20th (Saturday) in San Francisco at a live-recorded show (“Live at Coast”) at Coast Recorders, the historic SF recording studio whose client list includes Neil Young, REM and Rod Stewart. It was a huge success packing the house and a great celebration for a great album release.

In a recent interview with us we asked how his new album ‘Three Mirrors’ differs from his debut release ‘Come Along Quickly’. This is how he replied, “Well we focused on doing only 7 songs, 4 of which are more highly produced. Sound-wise its more layered; there’s more depth. In terms of composition, the songs have more complex melodies and harmonies, although now that I think of it, there is one song that is mostly just two chords that focuses on the lyrics (“Back to College”) which I wrote long ago and finally got around to recording. We also have a country duet on the record – my first time writing a duet (“Vancouvers Shore”).”

Below is an exclusive preview of the official music video for his title track ‘Three Mirrors’.

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