The new album, The Harvest, is made up of songs written by L.H. Halliburton. Could you tell me about the artist and why you recorded these songs rather than your own self-penned numbers?

Afton Wolfe – Well, first of all, LH has a very distinct songwriting style that I’ve admired since I’ve known him, which has been about six years now. His writing style is sincere, poetic, and melodic in a timeless way. It differs from mine in a lot of ways, and that presented a challenge, which I enjoy. Secondly…

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