Songwriter/performer Joshua Radin, whose music the London Times said, “Is medicine to the ears,” will
release UNDERWATER, his fourth album overall and most robust offering yet, on July 31st. Radin wrote
or co-wrote all 12 tracks on the album, which was produced by Kevin Augunas (Cold War Kids, The
Vandals, and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros) and features guest performances from legendary
players such as Benmont Tench (Tom Petty), Jim Keltner (George Harrison, John Lennon, Herbie
Hancock), Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (Fiona Apple, Beck), string arranger Jimmy Haskell and more.

Joshua Radin has lived a life: He’s sold more than 1.5 million singles, half a million albums; received a
4-Star review from Rolling Stone; and had over 50 songs placements in film and TV. He’s lived in
Cleveland, NYC and Los Angeles, toured all over the world, and yet until recently, he had never actually
been underwater, due to a lifelong ear condition.
the realization that there was inspiration in the Pacific. So he bought state-of-the-art earplugs and took
the plunge. “I never realized the silence that could occur when you go underwater,” he says. “That was
pretty amazing.”

He essentially wrote the title track while submerged, capturing the sensation of freedom. That hope
continues to trickle through the album in tracks such as the loving “Tomorrow’s Gonna Be Better,” the
sweeping “Anywhere Your Love Goes” and the gently ambling “Let It Go” (about that time he jumped in
his friend’s convertible and high-tailed it up the Coast). The album was recorded at the storied Studio
City studios, the once-ramshackle space that hosted Nirvana’s Nevermind sessions. They captured single
takes on analog tape, to give the work a more organic feel.

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