The classic, swing for the fences, roots-rock thing has always been an elusive thing to nail in the studio. The stage, sure. There is something about a stack of amps, a boisterous audience, and a pure, only-for-the-moment kind of performance. In the studio it doesn't always operate that way though. Still, the Venice Beach outfit Terraplane Sun wanted to attempt to tap into their own live energy when recording the band's forthcoming EP (still untitled, due out via Trama2 Records). So, naturally, the band started things off by unleashing songs live in the studio. Today we're premiering, "Ya Never Know", from one of those jams for the aforementioned EP. In its live incarnation, it's a little raw, but the low end really gives the ears a good thump, the organ fills in all the soulful little cracks of the song, and Ben Rothbard leads with his semi-raspy vocals.