Nov. 10 is the date announced by Lemolo, aka North Kitsap’s Meagan Grandall, for the release of sophomore CD release “Red Right Return.”
“I put everything that I have into it and I sincerely cannot wait to share it with you,” Grandall wrote in a Facebook post, on which she also announced the album release show , which will take place at The Crocodile on Nov. 6. (tickets go on sale Sept. 12 at www.ticketf.ly/1LWknrV.
Grandall wrote the 12 songs on “Red Right Return,” handles vocals and plays guitars, piano and synths. Emily Westman is the drummer, with cello by Sam Anderson. Grandall also co-produced with Shawn Simmons, who recorded the CD in his Seattle home studio.
It’s been more than three years since the first Lemolo CD, “The Kaleidoscope” (with original drummer-keyboardist Kendra Cox) which was met with considerable acclaim both from fans and critics and made Lemolo a buzz band on the Northwest music scene.
Grandall wrote that the first single from “Red Right Return” should be available soon.