Daniel Steinbock was born and raised on the California coast north of the Golden Gate, a singer-songwriter in the sublime lyrical tradition of Sam Beam (Iron & Wine) and Neil Young. Pre-apocalyptic love songs and spare folk poems fill his song book with a rare spiritual nakedness: a gift for laying language onto plights and ecstasies of soul and body that might have come from the pen of Walt Whitman, had he left New York and wandered the American landscape through tent revival spirituals and Delta freedom songs to grow quiet and haikuist at the feet of giant California Redwoods.
Steinbock has self-released two EPs, Sea Inside and The Blade. His debut studio album, Out of Blue, recorded primarily in the Pacific Northwest, sees the songwriter’s craft in full spectrum, painting with colors of rock n’ roll, jazz, gospel-soul, country, and blues, with features by fellow troubadours John Craigie and Ayla Nereo.
Out of Blue releases February 2019.