Susanna Hoffs Sets Solo Release
Produced and orchestrated by Mitchell Froom, it's an intensely personal song cycle that doubles as a musical love letter to the music of the 1960s, which "has always been my reference point for everything," says Susanna. The self-released work will be distributed by Welk Music Group.
Los Angeles fans will get a preview of Someday when Susanna plays a solo show at McCabe's Guitar Shop in Santa Monica on April 28. The set will include new songs, along with Bangles hits and some of her favorite covers.
"This album was inspired by my yearning to sing songs that were as melodic and emotional as my favorite music of the 1960s," Susanna says. "We recorded ten original songs, eight of which I wrote in a flurry over a period of a few months with Andrew Brassell. He's a 27-year-old musician from Nashville, who's been on the indie club scene there since he was a teenager. So the project started with me, this talented boy from Nashville, two guitars and a reverb pedal."