We've already heard two singles from The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett, and now the Eels frontman has released another taste of the new record.
"Where I'm From" is a vintage folk-inspired ballad full of bittersweet nostalgia and fancy guitar pickin'. Brushed drums tap out a train beat behind the multi-layered strings and the wistful chorus: "So long ago, I left it in the dust / I was so young and dumb / Ran far away, but I have to admit / Sometimes I miss where I'm from." It's the musical equivalent of sitting on the front porch on a rainy afternoon. Take a listen to the track above.
Source: Official Eels YouTube Channel