The Virginia band delivers bluegrass with an abundance of upbeat energy on their first studio album in almost 10 years.
The Seattle band gets off the ground with a debut album of bluesy rock, featuring Jeff Angell, also of Walking Papers and Missionary Position.
The blues-rock trio blends two of their tunes together in a cut from their upcoming live album, Live! In California.
Bassist and lyricist Kyle Fasel talked with us about the value of welcoming the input of others, why “emo” doesn’t have to be a dirty word, and why they’re such happy dudes.
Frontman Travis Clark gives us the lowdown on the differences between the front and back lounge, and what bands they use to get hyped up before their own sets.
The new rendition comes from the re-release of the band’s 2015 album, Black is the New Black.