Watch: Rachael & Vilray Perform on New Sounds' 'Soundcheck'

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Rachael & Vilray are on New Sounds' Soundcheck to talk with host John Schaefer about their new album, I Love a Love Song!, and perform three songs from it—"Is A Good Man Real?," "Hate Is The Basis (of Love)," and "Join Me in a Dream"—at WNYC Studios in New York City. You can hear the episode and watch the performances here.

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Rachael & Vilray, the duo of singer/songwriter Rachael Price (Lake Street Dive) and guitarist/singer/songwriter Vilray, stopped by WNYC Studios in New York City as guests on New Sounds’ Soundcheck, hosted by John Schaefer. They performed three songs from their new album, I Love a Love Song!—“Is A Good Man Real?,” “Hate Is The Basis (of Love),” and “Join Me in a Dream”—and spoke with Schaefer about the album. You can hear their conversation and live set on the episode and watch the three performances below.

I Love a Love Song!, the second album from Rachael & Vilray, features eleven new songs written by Vilray plus the 1930s classic "Goodnight My Love" written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. The album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Dan Knobler and features arrangements from Jacob Zimmerman. Rachael & Vilray’s music’s “easy-swinging mini-big-band arrangement is as cozy as it is sophisticated,” says the New York Times. You can pick up a copy and hear it here; you can find an exclusive sky-blue vinyl edition in the Nonesuch Store.

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Rachael & Vilray: New Sounds' 'Soundcheck,' January 2023
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    Watch: Rachael & Vilray Perform on New Sounds' 'Soundcheck'

    Rachael & Vilray, the duo of singer/songwriter Rachael Price (Lake Street Dive) and guitarist/singer/songwriter Vilray, stopped by WNYC Studios in New York City as guests on New Sounds’ Soundcheck, hosted by John Schaefer. They performed three songs from their new album, I Love a Love Song!—“Is A Good Man Real?,” “Hate Is The Basis (of Love),” and “Join Me in a Dream”—and spoke with Schaefer about the album. You can hear their conversation and live set on the episode and watch the three performances below.

    I Love a Love Song!, the second album from Rachael & Vilray, features eleven new songs written by Vilray plus the 1930s classic "Goodnight My Love" written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. The album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Dan Knobler and features arrangements from Jacob Zimmerman. Rachael & Vilray’s music’s “easy-swinging mini-big-band arrangement is as cozy as it is sophisticated,” says the New York Times. You can pick up a copy and hear it here; you can find an exclusive sky-blue vinyl edition in the Nonesuch Store.

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