The Weather Station previews new album with second single ‘Kept It All to Myself’

The Weather Station‘s eponymous new album is on the way and Tamara Lindeman, the marvellous singer/songwriter, lyricist and multi-instrumentalist behind the project, had already enticed us with the lead single, ‘Thirty‘. With less than a month to go until the album drops, she has shared another single from the album, ‘Kept It All to Myself’. “When I wrote the line ‘I Kept It All to Myself,’ I knew immediately I wanted it to be my entry to the canon of singalong,” explained Lindeman. “It made me laugh, the idea of hearing ‘I Kept It All to Myself’ through loudspeakers, in clubs, through crowds. To sing out loud about privacy. But it’s true, too. I do keep most things to myself, for better or for worse. The song was my tribute to the unkempt acres of the unspoken—everything too crazy, beautiful, or strange to mention.”

‘Kept It All to Myself’ comes with an accompanying video directed by Maya Bankovic. Watch it below.

The Weather Station is out on October 6th via Paradise of Bachelors.

The Weather Station announces eponymous album and shares first single ‘Thirty’

The Weather Station – ThirtyThere’s wonderful news from The Weather Station, the project of incredibly talented singer/songwriter, lyricist and multi-instrumentalist Tamara Lindeman. She has announced the release of a self-titled and self-produced album, following her 2015’s magnificent Loyalty. “I wanted to make a rock and roll record,” Lindeman explained, “but one that sounded how I wanted it to sound, which of course is nothing like rock and roll.”

The Weather Station arrives on October 6th via Paradise of Bachelors. Ahead of it, she’s offering the first marvellous single ‘Thirty’, “a song about joy at the precipice of despair”.

In support of the new album, The Weather Station is returning to Europe this Autumn for a string of live dates, including a show in London at The Lexington on October 23rd. Head over here to check all her dates and other info.

Watch The Weather Station’s new video for ‘Floodplain’

The Weather Station - FloodplainThe Weather Station has unveiled a video for ‘Floodplain’, taken from her magnificient third album, Loyalty. Directed by Maya Bankoviche, the video was shot in Canada and also in Australia. “Instead of singing the song for the camera, I thought it”, said Tamara Lindeman, the incredibly talented singer/songwriter, lyricist and multi-instrumentalist behind The Weather Station. Here’s the video.

Loyalty is out now in the US and Europe via Paradise of Bachelors and in Canada via Outside Music.

Watch The Weather Station’s video for ‘Way It Is, Way It Could Be’

The Weather Station – Way It Is, Way It Could BeLoyalty, the wondrous third album from The Weather Station, came out a couple of weeks ago. The album’s first single, the delicate and intricate ‘Way It Is, Way It Could Be’, has been paired with a video. Tamara Lindeman, the incredibly talented singer/songwriter, lyricist and multi-instrumentalist behind the project, said this of the video:

“Much like Taylor Swift’s new video, it is not a literal reading of the song, but rather a metaphorical re-imagining of the emotional content.”

The video was filmed in the Niagara region and directed by Iris Fraser. Watch it below.


Loyalty is out now in the US and Europe via Paradise of Bachelors and in Canada via Outside Music.

The Weather Station shares new single from upcoming new album

Photo: Yuula Benivolski

Photo: Yuula Benivolski

We were won over by ‘Way It Is, Way It Could Be’ and ‘Shy Woman’, the first wonderful singles from The Weather Station‘s upcoming third album Loyalty. The album will see the light of day on May 12th via Paradise of Bachelors in the US and Europe and via Outside Music in Canada. Ahead of it, Tamara Lindeman, is enticing us further with a new cut, the gorgeous and silky ‘Tapes’. Wrap your ears around it.