Singer-songwriter Adam Whipple has been plying his introspective, insightful contemporary Christian folk around local coffee shops and clubs for the last decade. He has a new album, The Broken Seasons, coming out in the fall; last week he released the first single, “Two Lights,” a blues- and gospel-steeped collaboration with fellow progressive folkie Adeem the Artist. You can listen to it below.
The Broken Seasons will be Whipple’s second full-length album. He released his debut, Old Skin Horse, in 2008. He’s also released two EPs: Letters From Sinclair’s Eve (2011) and Thrift Store Birds: The Salem Sessions (2013).
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