Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Joe Kaplow’s song “How Old Is My Soul” from his forthcoming album Sending Money and Stems, due out on Fluff and Gravy Records on April 30. Sending Money and Stems was produced by Joe Kaplow and Elliott Kay; engineered by Joe Kaplow; mixed by Mike Coykendall; and mastered by John Greenham, John Greenham Mastering, Los Angeles. The cover photo is by Andrew Hawes.
“How Old Is My Soul” is Joe Kaplow on guitars, bass, organ and percussion; with Alex Bice on drums. Joe Kaplow’s vocals are frayed with vulnerability as he once again considers the existential human soul, supported by pretty acoustic guitar and a shuffle.
Sometimes you get overcome by ‘the feels.’ Memories, faces, connection, love, sadness, the stars, wonder, and fear all blending into one overpowering mood when big life choices are made, walks through city streets until sunrise begin, or songs come pouring out. I don’t remember writing “How Old Is My Soul,” I just remember feeling like it was finished as soon as I started. — Joe Kaplow
The song will be available this Friday. Order links: