Full Length LP “Hope’s Eternal”
Dropping on 1/13/23

Available on vinyl, CD at various record stores (not Dayton’s) and (pretty much) all streaming services.

Record Release show 1/13/23 at the Uptown VFW, Minneapolis Minnesota—stand by for details!

“Rosary”, “Angel Dust”, and “Panic and Blame” all available now via streaming.

 

The Scarlet Goodbye

The Scarlet Goodbye, labelled “the most unlikely mash-up in Minnesota Music History”, is the creative combination of Daniel Murphy and Jeff Arundel.
Murphy, pivotal in the launch of both Soul Asylum and the super-group Golden Smog, had stepped away from the game in 2012, after 30 years of recording and touring. A chance meeting with mellow Singer-Songwriter Jeff Arundel led the duo, whose careers spanned the same time frame but had essentially no other resemblance, to start writing and recording.
With the first collaboration, “Paris”, they realized that they were onto something, as Murphy shoved Arundel into a swagger, and Arundel tip-toed Murphy onto revealing some vulnerabilities. Meeting in an attic studio during the Pandemic, Murphy and Arundel fashioned a collection of songs that producer John Fields, who was brought in to mix the record, calls “both timeless and unique, part Rolling Stones and part Townes Van Zandt”.
Over 2022, The Scarlet Goodbye has released three singles and a video to critical acclaim, and has performed on stages large and small, bracing for a January 2023 release of their full-length record “Hope’s Eternal”, on Ingrooves/Universal, via Nashville’s The Label Group.
Stay tuned for performance news!

Gigs:

1/13/23
Uptown VFW
Stay tuned for details.

Credits:

The Scarlet Goodbye is Daniel D. Murphy and Jeff Arundel, with Ben Peterson, Pat Nelson, and Pat Frederick
The full-length LP “Hope’s Eternal”

All songs by TSG except
“Rosary”, “The Ballad of Julie Ann”, and “Minor Things” by D.D. Murphy
“Celebrated Summer” by Bob Mould
“Angel Dust” by D.D. Murphy, Jeff Arundel, and Pedro Mariani

Performed by:
Daniel Murphy: Vocals, Guitars, Piano
Jeff Arundel: Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Piano, and Percussion
Ben Peterson: Drum
Patrick Nelson: Bass Guitar
Michael W. Nelson: Percussion, Keyboards, Video Recording and Editing
Kenny Wilson: Lap Steel Guitar
Pat Frederick: Violin

J.R. Fields: shaker

Jeff Victor: Keyboard wizardry, backing vocals

Recorded and Produced by Jeff Arundel at Avalon Studios, St. Paul, Mn

Additional Production by D.D. Murphy
Mixed by John Fields
Mastered by Rob Genadek

Design by Jarman

Dan and Jeff would like to thank, well, everybody