Lavender Diamond Return with First New Music in Eight Years

Hear their newly shared "Look Through the Window"
Lavender Diamond Return with First New Music in Eight Years
Some eight years removed from their album Incorruptible Heart, indie group Lavender Diamond have returned with a brand new music video for a single called "Look Through the Window."

"This song resounded in my heart and mind for months — it was all I wanted to sing," the band's Becky Stark said in a press release. "It felt so mysterious — a song about such deep isolation, separation and rebirth. When the quarantine began it suddenly seemed that this song had come to speak to this moment of trial and transformation — and contained within it a prayer for the healing of our world."

In addition to Stark, the song features core Lavender Diamond members Steve Gregoropoulos, and Ron Regé, Jr. alongside an eight-piece orchestra that includes Bright Eyes' Nate Walcott on trumpet and Sasami on french horn.

The new song will likely appear on a yet-to-be-announced new release. Lavender Diamond have just signed with Petaluma Records.