Memphis musicians construct album inspired by isolation

By Updated: May 01, 2020 3:47 PM CT | Published: May 01, 2020 2:40 PM CT
<strong>Musician Jeff Hulett (left) and sound engineer Jacob Church in Memphis on Thursday, April 30.&nbsp;The pair’s new album, &ldquo;Safe @ Home,&rdquo; is an online release comprised completely of recordings conceived remotely, with the two sending tracks back and forth over the web.</strong> (Ziggy Mack/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Musician Jeff Hulett (left) and sound engineer Jacob Church in Memphis on Thursday, April 30. The pair’s new album, “Safe @ Home,” is an online release comprised completely of recordings conceived remotely, with the two sending tracks back and forth over the web. (Ziggy Mack/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Longtime Memphis musicians Jeff Hulett and Jacob Church worked remotely to conceive their new collaborative album, "Safe @ Home." The songs explore themes related to isolation, anxiety and hope in an era of social distancing.

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