This Week from the Vault: Patty Griffin and Robert Plant, Two Door Cinema Club, Hayes Carll, and More

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From the Vault is an archive collection of past performances and interviews from your favorite artists and bands. Throw it back with Austin City Limits Radio every Thursday and relive some of the best moments from Dell Music Lounges, SXSW, and ACL Fest.

 

Hayes Carll “The Magic Kid” [LIVE SXSW 2016]

Hayes Carll performed at Austin City Limits Radio’s Live Morning Broadcast during SXSW in 2012. The musician performed off his 2016 album Lovers and Leavers. Last year, Carll’s released his sixth studio album What It Is. The Texas artist had to postpone his spring shows in early March of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The artist and his wife musician Allison Moorer collaborated a new recording of “That’s The Way Love Goes.” In April, Carll also released an acoustic version of “Times Like These.” Stream below.

 

Charlotte Cardin “Main Girl” [LIVE ACL 2017]

Canadian artist Charlotte Cardin hung out with us backstage at ACL Fest in 2017. Check out the artist perform her 2017 EP album title track “Main Girl.” Cardin’s music career links back to being a top 4 finalist on Canada’s television show The Voix in 2013. 2016 was the year the singer songwriter released her first EP Big Boy via Cult Records. Last year Cardin released a single called “Drive,” listen to it below.

 

John Paul White “The Once and Future Queen” + Interview [LIVE SXSW 2017]

We’re throwing it back to John Paul White’s performance in 2017. Watch the artist perform “The Once and Future Queen” from his 2016 album Beulah.

White recently dropped a new single with Rosanne Cash called “We’re All In This Together Now.” Proceeds from the tune go to the Music Health Alliance. Check it out below.

 

Patty Griffin & Robert Plant “Ohio” [LIVE Music Lounge 2013]

Patty Griffin and Robert Plant joined forces for an epic performance at ACL Radio’s Live Morning Broadcast during SXSW in 2013. The two performed “Ohio” off Griffin’s album American Kid.

Tough times have called for many artists to find creative ways to stay connected with fans. Griffin launched her own music series on Instagram called Patty’s Friday Features where the artist recommends some tunes she’s been listening to “in the hopes that [we] find something, maybe new, that [we] will love too in these difficult times.” Listen to the latest episode where Griffin features “Yumeji’s Theme” by Japanese composer Shigeru Umebayashi.

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This is a song called “Yumeji’s Theme” by Japanese composer Shigeru Umebayashi. Originally written for a film called “Yumeji” by Seijun Suzuki (which I have not seen) – I first heard this song in Wong Kar-wei’s film “In the Mood for Love.” If you haven’t seen it – first, I’m jealous because it’s incredible! And you should know that it’s a very romantic film but in the best possible way- not at all annoying- just beautiful. When I hear this song I feel a mysterious sense of joy in there with all the sorrow and longing. I hope you are all hanging in there and some good days are finding their way to you. ❤️ Patty #SHIGERUUMEBAYASHI #YUMEJISTHEME #INTHEMOODFORLOVE #MAGGIECHEUNG #TONYLEUNG #WONGKAR-wai

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Robert Plant recently announced that he will be releasing an anthology set along with the third season of his podcast Digging Deep With Robert Plant. The two-disk CD set is called Digging Deep, and it will be available to stream and download. The set will feature 30 songs from his solo career, tracks that were released on his podcast, and even a duet with Patty Griffin. The two performed Charley Feathers’ “Too Much Alike.” The podcast’s third season and anthology set is out on October 2.

 

Two Door Cinema Club “Sleep Alone” [LIVE ACL 2012]

Back in 2012, Two Door Cinema Club joined us for a killer performance backstage at ACL Fest. The Norther Ireland group performed “Sleep Alone” from their sophomore album Beacon.

In 2019, the band dropped their fourth studio album False Alarm. Two Door Cinema Club dropped their latest project Lost Songs (Found) in June 2020. The collection of rarities includes seven tracks, featuring B sides from their Tourist History album, original demos and first studio versions. The group didn’t discuss their upcoming release on social media until the night before, tweeting a seven second video tease with the caption “Tomorrow.” In a statement, the band said, “We felt that it wasn’t the right time to be promoting [Lost Songs (Found)] because of the Black Lives Matter movement. It still doesn’t feel like the right time to be honest but thank you to everyone who has listened to it.” Read the full statement and stream Lost Songs (Found) below.

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