Our first Songscape location has just been declared a National Monument by President Obama!
Katahdin Woods & Waters has just released a video featuring beautiful footage of the landscape that might become the next National Parks unit. As part of the Songscape project, public land hosts get to use the band's song in their marketing materials. I'd say Parsonsfield's song, KTAADN, fits the landscape perfectly. Check it out!
We gave you a peek at Parsonsfield performing in a canoe a few weeks ago, but today you can see the KTAADN music video in its entirety! The latest Songscape song is even more meaningful when you can see the experiences and landscape that inspired Parsonsfield during the Songscape: Katahdin Woods & Waters Recreation Area retreat. Check out this music video to see the band in action in the woods and waters that might become America's next national park.
Additionally, please do consider purchasing the song HERE, as proceeds will help us bring you more Songscapes in the future!
Guess what! You'll be able to listen to and purchase the very first Songscape song, KTAADN, on February 2nd!
The Songscape was held this past October in Maine at Katahdin Woods & Waters Recreation Area with Americana Folk Rock band, Parsonsfield. The band spent a week in the shadow of Mount Katahdin, enjoying all the land had to offer and using their experience to write a song inspired by the landscape.
Katahdin Woods & Waters Recreation Area encompasses 100,000 acres, managed by a Maine foundation, Elliotsville Plantation, Inc. It's open to the public and is working to become America's next National Park. Sustain and Parsonsfield were deeply impressed by the land and people of KWWRA and are excited to share this Songscape song, KTAADN, with the world.
Proceeds from sales of KTAADN will support Parsonsfield, Sustain and Katahdin Woods & Waters Recreation Area.
Sustain also thanks Greg Dyson, of Green Roster band Hanging Hills, for donating his graphic art skills to create this album cover.