"I think of 'Overflow' largely as an extension of 'Get Off'," Draughon says. "I've been playing songs like 'Forest,' 'All Night,' and 'Melt Down' live for over a year while touring to support the first record. They were all written shortly after 'Get Off' was released, but it took awhile before I recorded them. Playing the songs in so many different venues and situations helped me figure out how they should be recorded to find a balance between a studio sound with a live feel."
The video for "Melt Down" showcases Draughon's signature live performance in which visual artist Evan Hawkins uses water and food-coloring on an overhead projector to paint the show in swirling colors. Pre-order Overflownow on iTunes or get your hands on a limited-run vinyl version athttp://www.cardiganrecords.com. Check out some of the dates below to see the show live.