Latest Release

Letters from Gilead

Released on November 12, 2021, this is collection of songs inspired by The Handmaid's Tale. The album as a whole defies categorization into a single genre. Straightforward roots-rock (Letters from Gilead, Closet Scrawl, Under His Eye), alt-country/indie-folk (My Name is June, Blue, Sliver of Joy), speakeasy swing (Jezebel’s), a lullaby (Hannah), and a piano ballad that shifts into something like gospel (Feels So Good to Fly) all coexist on an album that concludes with a piece that would be right at home on a musical theater stage (Oh Canada). The common thread is the stories of people hanging on to love, hope, courage, and humanity, while trying to survive the dystopian nightmare that is Gilead.

Earlier Releases

Guilty (2020 Version)

Guilty (2020 Version)

Haze & Dacey

2020 seemed to require a political version of this song.

The Beaverdam Sessions

The Beaverdam Sessions

Haze & Dacey

Demo EP released in 2016.

Recovery

recovery, uncovered

cycle of addiction

Reissue of the album "recovery", released in 2005 by Haze's former band in Athens, GA.