Tim Barr releases “Wolves” the second video off of his upcoming LP, Sign Of The Good Times. The serene, yet haunting single is accompanied with a video that parallels the instrumentation seamlessly. Yesterday, the video was premiered with The 405, praising, “soft, lovely voice to accentuate the relaxed groove of the drums and guitars.”
“Wolves” was shot in a variety of locations ranging from the woods and rural roads to abandoned buildings and empty streets. Barr uses visual effects to capture the complexities of the world around him, creating a project that is both beautiful and eerily captivating.
With this release, Tim also announces his newest album and first full length release as a solo artist entitled, Sign of the Good Times, slated to be released January 31st. The album was self-produced to half inch 8 track in Tim’s apartment. Sign Of The Good Times tackles accepting and appreciating the totality of the human experience as it is.
Tim Barr is an independent musician from New York City.
Early highlights of Tim’s career include playing bass for Lana Del Rey during the Lizzy Grant era and fronting the late 2000s band Recluse. Tim formed the band Silverbird in 2013. Around this time, he had an opportunity to study with Mike Longo, who was the pianist for the late great Dizzy Gillespie. It was Mike Longo that helped shape Tim’s musical philosophy.
In the summer of 2013, Tim met and formed a lasting musical partnership with UK-based producer Kristofer Harris, singer for Story Books and whose work also includes stints with Smoke Fairies and Belleand Sebastian. Harris produced and recorded both of Silverbird’s releases-2014’s Surface Life, and 2015’s Pureland. In 2015, Tim lived at the Fire Lotus Temple in Brooklyn. While practicing Zen he recorded the Monastery Demos, a collection of acoustic songs, which would later become the album Pureland. The debut single and video off of Pureland, “Running,” premiered in Noisey in 2015 and provided material for three consecutive years of CMJ concerts, two tours, and several placements, the most notable being “Hollow Heart,” which was featured in two separate episodes of ShoTime’s hit series Shameless.
In time, music videos were released for the Silverbird songs Sky, Smile, Hollow Heart, and Mountain, which have garnered almost a million views. Interviews and reviews have been featured in USA Today, CMJ, The Aquarian Weekly, Nylon, Line of Best Fit, Noisey and numerous other blogs from America, Europe, and Japan.
When not playing music, Tim is one of New York’s Bravest, working as a NYC firefighter.