released August 19, 2016
all songs written by olive
arrangements by olive, jesse newman, dane scozzari, & eric dawson tate
olive, jesse, and eric developed and played the keys parts in find myself & beyond the gate.
henry lugo played bass on tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 & 10.
jared gardner played bass on tracks 6, 7, & 8 (intro).
eric dawson tate played lead guitars on stardust & sunshine.
adam matlock played the accordion on lament.
olive played the toy piano on the killer’s ballad.
jesse helped program effects in find myself
album art by jesse newman & olive
photography by hannah king with edits and additional photography by jesse newman
extra special thanks to liberty liscomb at horseshoe hill farm for her gracious accommodation of olive tiger during our recording process — to eric dawson tate for his unending patience and keen ears — special thanks to john thomas for lending us his gorgeous 1931 gibson L2 for “lament”— to marci laribee & laura lavin for their faith & enthusiasm & support — to doug slawin for beginning this project — to the lovely elizabeth shapiro for moral and logistical support throughout the creative process — to the exceptional hannah king for her passion, insight, & photography
thanks to our indiegogo supporters: adam franceschini, alan newman, alexander andriulli, ashley hamel, beatrice newman, becky kessler, brianna savoie, chris kiley jr., chris kiley sr., chris chhoeun, cody altieri, cora newman, alan newman, crisangela degioia, dana astmann, daniel snyder, david ross, edward J. finlayson, elizabeth day, liz trojanowski, evan cook, gregory barone, ian bower, jaeme brennan mcdonald, james innes, joel copperthite, kathryn mcnamara, kathy kiley, krizta moon, kristy joyce, lara hoffman, lauren schwartz, liz dellinger, marylou conley, matt battista, matt newman, maureen savage, elizabeth shapiro, monty victor, oren fader, orice jenkins, pat ellis, pote, rachel caldwell, bob d’aprile, sam scozzari, stacey salant, tim smith, tr kelley, & trent and christine rollings — for ensuring that this record would happen.
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