For his recent solo project Eerie Gaits, Wild Pink’s John Ross was inspired by his long drives over bridges and his love of American folk music. He paints the image of peering out of a car window at rolling green hills and towering red canyons with his instrumental album, aptly titled Bridge Music. Emulating his architectural muse, Ross makes a bridge of his own on the album, which was written in two parts. Half of the tracks are dreamy guitar pieces that recall William Tyler, while the other half are more traditionally ambient. They’re connected through Ross’ expansive and contemplative tonal shifts. Stream the album below.
Bridge Music is out 6/23 via Tiny Engines. Pre-order it here.