REVIEW: Beau Turrentine - 'Pillow House' EP
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Beau Turrentine has released his latest stunning EP, ‘Pillow House’, via Terrible Records.
Boasting five stunning tracks, ‘Pillow House’ opens with the deeply captivating title track. Each and every track is imbued with sensual indie-rock grooves and rhythms. The dynamic, and at times soothing, soundscape is showcased nowhere better than on the ethereal “Take Your Time”. The intricate guitar-led “Corduroy” is oozing in a nostalgic charm, an atmosphere that bleeds through into the following country-rock inspired track, “Somethin’ Extra Special”. Closing off the EP is the anthemic “Animals” that features an infectious bassline alongside the electric vocals of Turrentine.
Opening up about ‘Pillow House’, Beau Turrentine says that: "sometimes the way down is not always the way out."
At only 22-years-old, Beau Turrentine is already proving himself to be a remarkable artist and a force to be reckoned with. Having found himself on the road opening a string of sold out shows for Orville Peck, after being selected for his personal playlist, Beau Turrentine rapidly built up a loyal following. Set to rejoin Peck’s 2021 US tour, Turrentine is only going to go from strength to strength in the coming years.
‘Pillow House’ is an eclectic and euphoric indie-rock listening experience that marks Beau Turrentine as an incredibly promising emerging artist. With the ability to create music that will both soothe and bewitch the listener, we are on the very edge of our seats waiting to see what is to come in 2021.