“Chocolate Hills” carries on the band and Bridges’ collaboration traditions of genre-crossing and honoring the spirit of the sounds rooted in Texas. Bridges’ smooth, honeyed croon atop Khruangbin’s soothing bassline, Hammond organ, and synthesizers invite a more seductive track to the Texas Sun / Texas Moon aura.Texas Moon is out February 18 via Dead Oceans, in partnership with Columbia Records and Night Time Stories Ltd.
The collaborative duo previewed the upcoming EP with a video for the already released track “B-Side,” shot in the J. Lorraine Ghost Town and directed by Philip Andelman. It marks the first video that stars both Bridges and Khruangbin.
Bridges and Khruangbin’s four-track Texas Sun released last February as their first homage to their Texan roots.