September 15, 2016 by 1888media
Scheduled for release October 28, Good is a dazzling celebration of a period of immense growth and change, as lush arrangements surround the sincere rawness of Hayley’s writing.
Produced by Lorne Entress (Lori McKenna, Catie Curtis, Erin McKeown), and entirely fan-funded by a highly successful Kickstarter campaign, Good is Reardon’s first fully independent release and third studio collaboration with Entress.
“This record may or may not have been the result of my reading far too many self-help books,” jokes Reardon. The music is a salute to the process of becoming, and the inner workings of movement, both geographical and emotional. “My day to day life changed so drastically during the time of writing and even the time of recording this album,” says Reardon, who parted with her previous record label, fell in love, moved to Nashville, and began college all within the time it took to create this music. “All at once, it felt like I had so many things I needed to learn to let go of, and so many things I needed to fight to hold on to.”
After quickly establishing a name for herself in the storied Cambridge, Massachusetts folk scene at a very young age, Hayley’s sterling debut album, 2012’s Where The Artists Go, produced national acclaim with features on syndicated public radio show Art of the Song, NPR affiliate WBUR in Boston, and Boston Globe Magazine, who named Reardon a ‘Bostonian of the Year,’ in celebration of not only her music but her work to use it as a vessel for empowerment.
Her 2014 release Wayfindings expanded her International footprint, receiving praise from Paste, Performer Magazine, Americana UK, and American Songwriter who referred to its first single, “Numb & Blue” as a “melancholy little masterpiece.”
To support Good, Reardon will play a special hometown show at Club Passim in Cambridge on Sunday, November 27. She’ll also play select dates in San Francisco, New York City, Vermont, New Hampshire, Knoxville, Memphis, and Nashville, where she is enrolled in the music curriculum at Belmont University.