The Hill is an Americana style music project founded upon the songs of Jon Kowit. Swirled in with elements of folk, country, and blues, the banner pays tribute to rustic, old country Americana in the best way. The melodies are fresh and sharp, a perfect companion for the piercing vocals of the artist. This combination will perhaps take you back to artists like Bob Dylan, The Eagles, Creedence Clearwater Revival. You’ll also see a tinge of Johnny Cash sprinkled across. But the sentiment is always soft, it is so tenderly human, molten into the rough voice and warm tonalities. The Hill have just released their debut album, ‘Get in Line’. Enjoying the collaboration of multi-instrumentalist Mike “Slo Mo” Brenner, it hosts twelve tracks.

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The title track features the many musical themes and concepts that the artists explore in the album. Crafted with rolling melodies and smooth baritones, the composition seems boundless and everflowing. It is dotted with the landscapes in the lyrics and textured by the vocal emotion, the listener experiences a sense of loss and existential tiredness. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Get in Line’ by The Hill here –