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Roosted in upstate New York, Katie Hammon is gearing up to release her new album with her band, Bear Grass. The latest track, “Wash Over Me”, is accompanied by a gorgeous video shot in a rolling landscape full of water, trees, and that great American majesty. The band is seen wandering these wooded areas in various states of subtle emotion. A little micro-expression of joy, of sorrow, of contemplation.

“Wash Over Me” elicits a lot of sentiment found throughout Bear Grass’ forthcoming ablum, LEFT. The album is dedicated to Hammon’s upbringing on the Pacific coast, and the longing of returning, the tug of the sea. Bear Grass will release their sophomore album, LEFT, on August 10th.