Nashville’s Wila Frank releases new single ‘The Falling Hours’
Rising artist Wila Frank shares a delicate and intimate ode to following your instincts when it matters most in relationships.
Raised on a farm in a rural bohemian community near the Oregon coast, Nashville-based artist Wila Frank’s new single ‘The Falling Hours’ comes 4 months after the release of her debut ‘Black Cloud.’ The new single takes a more romantic turn, featuring Frank’s acoustic guitar prowess, sultry violins, and the same band from her album; Royal Masat (Billy Strings) on bass and Wendy Killman (Jenny Beth, etc.) on drums.
About the single, Frank says:
“‘The Falling Hours’ is a sort of prophecy about what a relationship could turn into. It’s about knowing instinctively that your destiny is intertwined with someone else; the intimacy and weight of that knowledge.”
‘The Falling Hours’ is out now.
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