All songs written by Yael Meyer. Produced and mixed by Bill Lefler. Engineered by Craig Frank. Recorded at The Death Star Studios in Los Angeles, CA USA. Mastered by Evren Goknar at Capitol Mastering in Hollywood, CA USA. Cover artwork by Steven Antholis. Design by Steven Antholis and Yael Meyer. Printed on recycled board with vegetable ink. Packaging is 100% biodegradable and recyclable. Copyright 2011 Yael Meyer. Publishing 2011 Yael Meyer Music (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved. U.S
. release - November 2011.
Yael Meyer: vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, keyboards, glockenspiel, vibraphone and percussion.
Bill Lefler: production, programming, piano, glockenspiel, percussion, drums, keyboards, background vocals, omnichord and guitars.
Dani Endre: Moog Source on track 1
Joseph Karnes: bass guitar on tracks 3 and 5
Danny Levin: trumpet on track 5
David Hawkins bass guitar on track 9
Jessica Catron: cello on track 10
released November 15, 2011
"Everything Will Be Alright" is the second full length release for indie pop star Yael Meyer. Released in Nov 2011 under her own KLI RECORDS, the album debuted at the top of the charts on various national radio stations (USA) ranking in the top 200 CMJ charts during its first week.
SPIN Magazine praises the songs on Everything Will Be Alright, her latest album, as embodying "artful simplicity offering refuge from modern anxiety", while The Wall Street Journal raves "...2011 has been an exceptional year in rock and pop for women and the projects they helm, with superior albums by Adele, Mary J. Blige, Anna Calvi, Feist, P.J
. Harvey...Add Yael Meyer and her new 'Everything Will Be Alright' to that list."
5 out of the 11 tracks in the record have been licensed to TV and Film projects, with "Tea For Two", "Shed Their Fear", "Used To Be" and "I Wonder How" respectively appearing in the American series Life Unexpected, Private Practice and MTV's Awkward.
A full length REMIX album by various artists will be released by the label in February 2012. It will feature dubstep, hip-hop and dance remixes of "FIRE", the first single from "Everything Will Be Alright", by up and coming and established DJs from around the globe, including mixes by Rasadon (former member of Arrested Development) and South-American folk-electronic duo Lulacruza (Vincent Moon).