New Inland Isle Single is a Reminder to Reach Out

The folk rock band discusses recording in a secluded Montana cabin, bonding over food and wine, and the importance of reaching out to friends and family.
From left to right: Inland Isle's Dusty Nichols, Shawn Fleming, Pat Chadwick and Leif Routman. (Courtesy Lindley Rust)

Local folk rock band Inland Isle has a style uniquely their own. Their songs feature intimate and vivid lyrics, skillful musicianship and four-part vocal harmonies.

The band’s latest single, “Analise,” explores the contrast of being in a beautiful place like Jackson but struggling with mental health.

“Analise” is one of the tracks on Inland Isle’s forthcoming debut album, “Time Has Changed Us,” which is set for release this spring. The album deals with processing difficult situations, learning from them and moving on.

Lead singer Pat Chadwick and bassist Leif Routman joined us recently in the KHOL studio to discuss their experience recording in a secluded Montana cabin, bonding over food and wine while harmonizing, and the importance of reaching out to friends and family.

Listen above for more and view Inland Isle’s video for “Analise,” produced by Kathryn Jeffords, below.

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About Jack Catlin

Jack is KHOL's music director. He says all music is in some way connected no matter the style and his mission is to provide listeners with a unique and memorable experience each time they tune in to KHOL or see him DJ live.

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