Hinson's first release for Jade Tree harkens back to a stripped-down, self-professed "lost" period for Texas's critically acclaimed singer/songwriter. This EP animates the emptiness of back country roads and late teenage displacement. Hinson's distinct brand of country-noir is delivered over hushed vocals and subdued guitars, shaded by fragments of Dylan's storytelling and Bill Callahan's (Smog) ability to tap into the darker emotions of real life. This is an endearing journey through Hinson's fractured past, searching for signs of hope in the somber halls of a downtrodden Middle America.

Hinson's first release for Jade Tree harkens back to a stripped-down, self-professed "lost" period for Texas's critically acclaimed singer/songwriter. This EP animates the emptiness of back country roads and late teenage displacement. Hinson's distinct brand of country-noir is delivered over hushed vocals and subdued guitars, shaded by fragments of Dylan's storytelling and Bill Callahan's (Smog) ability to tap into the darker emotions of real life. This is an endearing journey through Hinson's fractured past, searching for signs of hope in the somber halls of a downtrodden Middle America.

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The Baby & The Satellite EP
Artist: Micah P. Hinson
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Hinson's first release for Jade Tree harkens back to a stripped-down, self-professed "lost" period for Texas's critically acclaimed singer/songwriter. This EP animates the emptiness of back country roads and late teenage displacement. Hinson's distinct brand of country-noir is delivered over hushed vocals and subdued guitars, shaded by fragments of Dylan's storytelling and Bill Callahan's (Smog) ability to tap into the darker emotions of real life. This is an endearing journey through Hinson's fractured past, searching for signs of hope in the somber halls of a downtrodden Middle America.