Premiere: Chambers — “Inner Room.”

Denton musician Judson Valdez has always had a knack for arrangement. Has ever since the earliest days of his old band, Baruch The Scribe, which started out as a wholly acoustic outfit, then transformed into an all-instruments-on-deck experiment in sound.

So, no, perhaps it comes as no surprise that Chambers, his current project, follows suit in its intricate, atmospheric nature. But maybe this is: “Inner Room,” the debut single from the band's upcoming LP of the same name, even with its lush, delicate instrumentation, is far from a gutless offering; rather, it's the ballsiest track we've yet heard from the four-piece mood rock band (also featuring Piper Johnson, Chase Johnson, and Daniel Pelletier), thanks in no small part to its harmonious chorus, which rushes into the song like young child sprinting out onto the schoolyard at the sound of the recess bell.

In other words: It's a invigorating listen. And, for sure, a positive sign of things to come on the June 10-slated release from the band, its first for the Kansas City-based label The Record Machine. For those reasons, we're quite stoked to present the track to you below as an exclusive premiere. Check it out. Then plan to catch Chambers live at its next show, which is set to go down on Friday, May 16, at Three Links in Deep Ellum.

Inner Room Tracklist:
1. Not the Same
2. Inner Room
3. Strange Visitor
4. Make it So
5. Hymn
6. In Your Blood
7. Lost Coin
8. Come Down, Please
9. Reprise (some good)

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