Sight Unseen by Andrew Rinehart

Written with Ben Schwab from the band DrugDealer, Andrew Rinehart has tapped into the vocal prowess of Neil Young and delivered a wonderfully haunting track. The track is lyrically poignant, and minimalist in production. The acoustic feels warm and methodical. This is an elegant track at its heart and very accessible for the new folk lover.

Rinehart has been around the block, stepping out as a teenager in Louisville, KY. His first band, Flight Nineteen played alongside some fairly notorious acts like At THe Drive IN, and Joan of Arc.

Moving out to NYC in 2011, Rinehart has spent his energies founding The Body Actualized Center, a DIY arts space in Brooklyn along with the band, Splash.

This track is on the cusp of his foray back into solo work and comes off the heels of his other works, Nothing/Everything, and The Funeral Home Sessions; both amazing albums.

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