On May 12th, Head for the Hills, the Colorado newgrass quartet, will release their latest album, Potions and Poisons. The album will be the group’s fourth studio album following the 2013 release of Blue Ruin. The group, composed of Adam Kinghorn (Guitar), Joe Lessard (Violin), Matt Loewen (Bass), and Sam Parks (Mandolin), has just released a brand new music video for “Bitter Black Coffee,” a track off the upcoming Potions and Poisons.“Bitter Black Coffee,” which was written by Head for the Hills’ Adam Kinghorn, and its accompanying video is a mournful, longing ode to regretful nights with former flames and their repercussions come sunrise. The video for this latest release by Head for the Hills is shot in black and white and features shots of a man alone at a table, filmed from overhead, as time throughout the day passes; the members of Head for the Hills playing the wistful song together; and the woman who’s clearly on the man’s mind. The gritty video was directed by bassist Matt Loewen and produced by the band, making them the artistic force behind both the song and the moving video that evokes film noir in its stylings.You can check out the Live For Live Music’s video premiere of Head for the Hill’s “Bitter Black Coffee” below along with the lyrics from the song. Pre-sale for Potions and Poisons ends this Friday, May 4th, ahead of its May 12th release so make sure to order your copy now here. Fans should also mosey over to the band’s website to get more information about the group, including upcoming tour dates. Head For The Hill’s Upcoming 2017 Tour Dates05.13 | Bellvue, CO – Pickin’ on the Poudre – Mishawaka Amphitheatre05.23 | Raleigh, NC – Pour House Music Hall05.24 | Annapolis, MD – Rams Head On Stage05.25 | Leesburg, VA – Tally Ho Theatre05.26 | Falls Church, VA – State Theatre05.27-28 | Cumberland, MD – DelFest06.10 | Denver, CO – Brewgrass06.16-18 | Chicago, IL – Taste of Randolph06.17 | Vail, CO – Solaris Plaza – Vail Craft Beer Classic06.23-25 | Idaho Springs, CO – Rapidgrass Music Festival06.24 | Hastings, NE – Flatwater Music Festival06.30-07.01 | Buena Vista, CO – Rapids & Grass Music and Beer Festival07.06 | Snowmass Village, CO – Jazz Aspen Snowmass – Fanny Hill07.08-09 | Frankfort, IL – Frankfort Bluegrass Festival07.22 | Grand Junction, CO – Las Colonias Park Amphitheater08.04-06 | South Fork, CO – Rhythms on the Rio08.10-13 | Bond, CO – YarmonyGrass
“Today it’s mask laws. Tomorrow it will be mandatory vaccines. What happen to my body my choice? Guess that only applies when killing babies or something… How convenient..,” one donator commented.The page, which was created on Wednesday, has raised nearly $6,500 as of Thursday evening. Traficante says the goal is to raise $10,000.Martin County officials have not commented about the page or Traficante’s plan to fight the mask order. She explains that all of the money donated will be used towards the lawsuit and attorney fees against the county, as well as for any appeals.Anti-mask GoFundMe page A Martin County woman has created a GoFundMe page, with the goal of paying for a lawsuit against the county, after officials there passed a mask ordinance earlier this week.“We cannot allow our local government to be involved in the gross disregard for our basic individual rights. This has to stop and we need to stand together and firm against this tyranny,” Kaye Traficante, the organizer, wrote.
In his time in charge, Dennerby led Nigeria to a third-place finish at the 2018 Wafu Women’s Cup in Cote d’Ivoire, where he returned to lift the title in 2019. He also won the 2018 African Women’s Cup of Nations in Ghana and later steered the nation to the Women’s World Cup knockout stage for the first time in 20 years in France earlier this summer.The NFF on Friday confirmed reports that the Swede had stepped down, allegedly due to his demand for more expatriate and unqualified local coaches.“As for Thomas Dennerby, we have received his resignation letter and of course, he has his right to resign from a job,” the NFF revealed in a series of Tweets via its Twitter handle. “We want to put it on record that no head coach in the history of the Super Falcons has been afforded the level and readiness of support that has been provided Dennerby by this board. “Perhaps, one of the reasons he left was because we did not accede to his request to bring in more expatriate coaches and an indigenous coach who does not have the required license.“If we had agreed to his request for more expatriate coaches that would have left our indigenous coaches presently with the team in the lurch.”Despite the sad end, Dennerby will not comment on issues leading to his resignation while appreciating the NFF for the opportunity to lead the African champions.“I, Thomas Dennerby, have terminated my contract agreement with the Nigeria Football Federation,” Dennerby told Goal.Amidst the resignation saga, Nigeria lost the bid to return to the Olympic Games for the third time in a row after bowing to Cote d’Ivoire on away goals last Monday.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Thomas Dennerby has resigned as head coach of Nigeria’s women’s team after a year and eight months in charge.The Swedish tactician boycotted the Super Falcons’ doubleheader against Cote d’Ivoire after unresolved issues with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), reportedly due to lack of cooperation and interference.The 60-year-old coach, who led Sweden to finish third at the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany, had signed a two-and-a-half-year contract to take charge of the team in January 2018. Thomas Dennerby