Everybody who heard the soulful first volleys from Jillian Banks – doing business simply as Banks – figured there’d be more good things to come from the L.A.-based songstress. Indeed, Banks’ second single, “Warm Water,” arrived this week with a tingle, and with production courtesy of U.K producer Orlando Higginbottom, aka Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. The bulletin, though, is that after an early alliance with IAMSOUND Records, Banks has been scooped up by Capitol-affiliated label Harvest Records, which once upon a time released an album called “Dark Side of the Moon.” The label, re-launched in February under the direction of ex-Dangerbird Records executive Piero Giramonti, will release the debut album by the new Pete Yorn/J.D. King project the Olms on June 4. Harvest also has reportedly inked L.A. garage-rockers Pangea.
||| Stream: “Warm Water”
||| Previously: “Fall Over” and “Before I Ever Met You”