After touring theaters and venues in New York, Seattle, San Francisco, Anchorage and Zagreb, Holcombe Waller’s theatrical folk experience for two years, his new album, Into The Dark Unknown, will be released in February 2011.
Flourishing in his musical endeavors during his art-major days at Yale, Holcombe Waller began collaborating with Bryce and Aaron Dessner and Bryan Devendorf, who would eventually go on to create The National. By 2001, Holcombe Waller released his second album, Extravagant Gesture. Following that release, his third album, Troubled Times was produced, and Holcombe’s work gravitated more towards the folk genre. Holcombe Waller’s concentration then shifted to film, orchestral scores, and theatrical performance, and he began exploring art in theater and performance.
In 2008, Holcombe Waller’s tour, named “Into The Dark Unknown: The Hope Chest”, consisted of a theatrical performance that featured video projectors, monologues, and, music by his ensemble, The Healers.
In celebration of his third album, Into the Dark Unknown, Holcombe Waller is offering a free download of the featured track, “Risk of Change”. Check out this live video here:
You can download the “Risk of Change” here.