Blake Mills has stepped out of the shadows of his collaborators and friends to share his sophomore album, Heigh Ho. Known for his virtuosic guitar playing, the album serves as a stage for Mills to showcase his songwriting with vocal and musical contributions by Fiona Apple, Mike Elizondo (Rilo Kiley, Tegan & Sera), Rob Moose (member of Bon Iver), and more. The basic tracks were recorded at Ocean Way studios in Hollywood, in a room built for Frank Sinatra and used by Bob Dylan and Ray Charles. “The writing is spare and clear, and the depth and physicality of Ocean Way’s sound add to the intensity.” New York Times had this to share about Heigh Ho along with an up-close look at Mills – read it here. Heigh Ho is looking forward to getting started on the Radio 200 chart on Tuesday; give it a push this week.