Today we’re very excited to have the next release in our Family Records Singles Club for your eyes (initially) and then your ears. It comes in the form of a Family favorite - I Low, aka Colin Reynolds. The song is titled “Woman I Know” and the beautiful artwork above belongs to it. We’ll be posting the audio shortly.. stay tuned.
Song of the Day: I Low - God Bless My Friends (LIVE in Studio)
We’re excited to share with you the B-side song to the latest release in the Family Records Singles Club, I Low’s ” John Stuart Mills.”
“God Bless My Friends” is a special, LIVE studio recording by I Low (aka Colin Reynolds). Read Colin’s take on the songs and download them here, and take a closer look at the artwork right here. ENJOY!
Song of the Day: I Low - John Stuart Mill
We’re proud to present you with the tenth release in the Family Records Singles Club. This is the second I Low (aka the Mighty Colin Reynolds, our former Community Management Apprentice) single that has premiered on the FRSC - the first, “I Hate Feeling Like This” (Volume 5) was a smash hit, and we look forward to sharing more of Colin’s work with the world! Read Colin’s take on the song and download it here, and take a closer look at the artwork right here.
This is the best song by an artist that you’ve never heard of … gives me chills listening to it, still.
I, Emma, will be taking over the duties of the Mighty Colin, who has moved on from our office, but not from our hearts. You may recognize me from this previously tumbl’d video. From now on, when you Twitter, Facebook, Tumbl, or generally socially network with Family Records, you’ll probably get to talk to me! Aren’t you excited?! Let’s get this started! - Emma
PS - I know that Colin misses all of you. If you miss him too, be sure to keep an eye out for the new single from his music project, I Low, which we should be releasing soon!
The unparalleled Shervin Lainez took my photo yesterday. He heard about me through the Family Records Singles Club, and you can hear what all the fuss is about here. We collaborated on the concept and I made the painting the morning before the shoot using a knife, a broken pen, a chopstick, and my fingers (AND my feelings).