The Herbert Bail Orchestra Debuts New Single, ‘You Are Beautiful’


Herbert Bail Orchestra steps out into the sunshine with their new single ‘You Are Beautiful’, a joyful uptempo ballad. Filled with warm, uplifting lyrics and a sprinkling of Wild West dust, the track is a piece of musical storytelling deftly narrated with the raw and contagious spirit of contemporaries Edward Sharpe, Lord Huron, and others in the folk and Americana traditions.


‘You Are Beautiful’ was produced by Chris Rondinella of Heritage Recording Co, who spent his early days apprenticing under Levon Helm of The Band. ‘You Are Beautiful’ was mixed by Brian Bender of MotherBrian, and mastered by Gavin Lurssen of Lurssen Mastering. The cover art is from Matthew Hoffman’s public art work piece in Chicago, ‘You Are Beautiful’.

I received a free copy of this CD ad love how uplifting and peaceful this music is!


‘You Are Beautiful’ is available for free download via SoundCloud.

About Herbert Bail Orchestra

From the depths of the modern American folk movement hails the vast musical journey known as the Herbert Bail Orchestra. LA Weekly declares Herbert Bail one of the Best Shows to See in LA. “Bottom line: Herbert Bail leaves you amazed!” says mySpoonful.

Recently, the band collaborated with award-winning director Björn Rühmann to create a music video trilogy inspired by three songs from their last album. The first in the series: “The Nature of Things” explores the story of a man, his dog and their last road. It was released exclusively on Nowness and received a Vimeo Staff Pick and was featured in 1.4’s “Six of the Best Creative Music Videos.”


“Herbert Bail Orchestra journey into the American psyche,” says Rebecca Guinness of Nowness.


Recently Herbert Bail released a new single You Are Beautiful which received mention in the HUFF POST, OC Weekly, Buzzbands and more. Herbert Bail is currently performing locally in and around Los Angeles and working on a collection of new songs for release sometime next year.


Singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Anthony Frattolillo, leads an ensemble with accordion, keys, strings, horns, a rhythm section, harmonies, and more.


Herbert Bail’s first album The Future’s in the Past was released in early 2013. Violent Success gave it a 9 out of 10. “A sprawling collection of gypsy folk that’s rich in storytelling and carving out myths of its own,” says Kevin Bronson of Buzzbands.LA. The album received notable attention from KXLU, KTLA, Good Morning LA, AXS TV, Sofar Sounds, SXSW’s Crave Online Music Showcase, LA Record, LA Underground and more. The Future’s in the Past traverses from the cryptic shadows of “Holy Smokes” to Western infused ballads portrayed in songs like “The Nature of Things.”

You can find Herbert Bail on Twitter and on Facebook.

Self Disclosure: I received a free CD to facilitate this post. Any opinions expressed are my own. Press info and photos were provided.


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