ALONG THE LINES is a metalcore band out of Thunder Bay, ON, Canada that is gearing up to release their debut EP “Our Dear Finale”. The seven-track EP has 24 minutes of songs that hit hard, lyrics that pop, and a dramatic story that is based on a story from one of their good friend’s experiences with domestic abuse. They already have two singles out: “Sanguine”, which is powerful, catchy, and substantial, it completely turns the story around. “Mute” approaches the common feeling of wanting to tell someone a secret but not feeling like they can be trusted, accompanied by heavy breakdowns and a bridge that pulls it all together. The band comments on the EP:
“We are absolutely stoked to finally release something we have been holding back this whole pandemic. We started in 2019 and have been working hard and keeping it under wraps for far too long! We wanted this EP to be presented to fans to listen and not just hear the music, but also become part of the whole story that is unfolding with each song from front to back.”
Along the Lines formed pre-pandemic with hopes to hit the scene as soon as possible. The band was initially the project of guitarist Tanner Bell, who had reached out to long-time friends and former bandmates of a previous project; Austin Baxter, Greg Vahaaho, and Brady Geurts (Drummer, bassist, and guitarist respectively). After some searching, the group later connected with another long-time friend, Jonathan Reid, to fulfill the role of vocalist. Unfortunately, the band’s plan to hit the scene as fast as possible came to a halt as the COVID-19 pandemic forced bar closures (among many other things) only days before their debut show. The band instead got to work on more writing and also recording their debut EP. They say that the evolution between the previous band’s sound and what’s coming up on “Our Dear Finale” is an incredible departure.
They are just getting started with this debut, they are currently writing their LP, which promises to be more heavy breakdowns and catchy rhythms. Emotionally, the music and lyrics bounce off each other to give a storytelling effect. Influenced mainly by metal, metalcore little bit of post-hardcore too, they are recommended listening for fans of Ice Nine Kills, Famous Last Words, and Beartooth. The EP comes out on October 8, 2022 and will be available on Alongthelinesband.bandcamp.com,Apple Music, Spotify.
The music video for the singles can be watched below:
Track Listing: 1. First Day on Earth (4:00) 2. Lioness (3:08) 3. Sanguine (4:05) 4. Collapsed Heart (1:39) 5. Mute (3:38) 6. Brand New Start (3:37) 7. Our Dear Finale (3:50) EP Length – 24:00
Next Show: October 8 – Thunder Bay, ON – Black Pirates Pub – Info
Minnesota Noise rockers ASBESTOS WORKER have released their latest full length album “The Seperation” which recently premiered via Ghost Cult Magazine. The premiere can be found here.
Asbestos Worker (founded by Josh Stever) is a three piece noise rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota- created out of necessity from the trials and tribulations of life. Debuting in March 2019, this loud, aggressive, relatable music takes influences from grindcore, punk as well as stoner, doom and thrash. Fans of Killdozer, Hawks, Shallow North Dakota, and Pissed Jeans, will find.
Asbestos Worker is: Josh Stever on guitar and vocals Wade Walsh on bass and vocals Jason Peterson on drums
Jason and Josh met in the trade and are the only actual asbestos workers in the band. Wade and Jason have been making music together for years in another project called The Vaulta stoner, doom and progg metal band from Saint Paul. Asbestos Worker has 2 full length albums and one EP as well as numerous compilation albums including “Rhino body lover: a tribute to Shallow North Dakota” where Asbestos workercovered the song “Skid Incinerator” and “I’m the boss/You’re the boss” with Conan Neutron Currently Asbestos Worker is celebrating the release of their new record, “The Seperation” which comes out August 16th, 2022 on Learning Curve Records. ( http://www.learningcurverecords.com ) “Working class frustrations boil over on this slab of Brain Bombs esque surf rock”
Josh adds – This whole record was written and recorded in a week and a half about a month after me and my wife separated, hence the title of the record. It is essentially the soundtrack for the mental and emotional breakdown I was having at the time.
Track by track explanation: You’re not good enough- Ever start feeling positive about life only to remember your life’s fucked.
How non-violence protects the state- Read the book of the same title by Peter Gelderloos.
Accountability- A harsh critique on the lack of accountability for our institutions of authority.
Equal or Greater reaction- Dont talk shit if you’re not willing to get punched in the mouth.
I hope you get greased- An homage to the great Boston hardcore band Bugs and Rats.
Fear is the little death- With the anxiety-inducing horrors of life the litany against fear is a helpful and relevant mantra for the world.
Public spaces- Ever want to stay home because you hate the general public?
They’ll hang you by your bootstraps- Okay boomer…
Road rage- Don’t y’all just love the morning commute.
This week’s Episode #35 of SAGAS Metal Podcast with its co-host Corban Skipwith, aka Serpent Tongue, is taking about DEATH‘s 1987 album “Scream, Bloody, Gore” with his Special Guest, Legendary mixer/producer Randy Burns 🔥🤘🏻!
Serpent Tongue shared: “Today on the latest episode of SAGAS Metal Podcast I had the honor and the privilege to talk with legendary mixer/producer Randy Burns who has worked on so many classic albums over the years including the album in question ‘Scream, Bloody, Gore’ by the infamous band Death. So, please join me and my special guest in fantastic music discussion that I promise will have you on the edge of your seat!!”
In earlier SAGAS episodes, hosts Ren Marabou and Serpent Tongue were discussing about the great albums of Korn, Slipknot, Swans, Metallica, Expedition, Sumac, Basalt Shrine, Behemoth, Stone Sour, Devin Townsend, Artillery, Memphis May Fire, Diamond Head, TNT, Týr, Black Label Society, Suicide Silence, Amorphis, Ghostmane, Celtic Hills, Pantera, Mastodon, Aztlan, Gloryhammer, Nails, Insomnium, Sunn O))), In Flames, Cradle Of Filth, Megadeth, Dimmu Borgir, Him, and last but not least, Ren Marabou and the Berserkers. In case you missed, check them out at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5agm3BCgG1k0XGafH4TaoA/videos.
Following on from their recently released debut album, Ecocide, South Carolina grind band SLUGCRUST have today shared a new music video for the full-length’s title track. The clip is a viscerally raw visual of the band performing in a foreboding woodland area, with unsettling handheld footage of vocalist Jesse Cole bounded in black fabric.
Speaking on the music video, SLUGCRUST comment: “Our good friend Taylor Hickman directed the music videos for both Echoless and Ecocide. We first approached Taylor with a lot of complex themes to digest from the song and project into film, accented with intense captures of our performance. But eventually we said “fuck it we’re gonna do this shit DIY and raw” because that’s just who we are as sentient dirt-people.
“So! We filmed Echoless in a garage lined with $200 worth of black fabric and then reused the same black fabric as a prop to help tell the story behind Ecocide, which we filmed in the woods for reasons apparent.
“How well the Ecocide video thrives in simplicity speaks volume to Taylor’s vision as a cameraman. Nevertheless, the aforementioned black fabric can now be found under our vocalist’s ass, lining the cushions of his sofa as a couch-cover because $200 is $200 and who keeps a fucking receipt? We hope everyone likes the music video! We can’t wait to play Ecocide for y’all real soon!”
With two ferocious EPs already under their belts, the breakneck speed with which SLUGCRUST operate gives a fair indicator of their approach. However, their focus isn’t compromised by their accelerated work ethic; if anything the urgency of their message is given further impetus courtesy of their relentless audio violence. Drawing from various literary inspirations the political issues at the heart of SLUGCRUST’s output is given a darkly poetic twist.
SLUGCRUST – whose line up features members of WVRM – seeks to bring political issues to light in a way that galvanises action and activism. The title derives from the process of destroying environmental structures or ecosystems, either via natural means or – as is more pertinent in the case of this album – deliberate human actions. Depravity is a recurring theme throughout the lyrics; emotional and physical immorality and degeneracy permeates the twelve tracks that make up Ecocide.
The formation of all SLUGCRUST tracks start with the skeleton of the drums; the meat and muscle of each missive comes from the guitar and bass, with the lyrics and vocals being the skin binding it all together. The album was engineered by guitarist Derick Caperton, before being mixed and mastered by Cody Davidson of Sanguisugabogg. Although primarily embedded in grindcore, SLUGCRUST also dabbles in crust punk and even doom to bring together their ominous, explosive take on extreme metal. Embracing the rawness of punk with the familiar ferocity of blast beats is the foundation of their work.
Ecocide is an uncompromising calling card from a band eager to unleash.
Ecocide tracklist: 1. Demise Promise 2. Drag Me to Agony 3. Buzzard Czar 4. No Heirs / Dead Souls 5. Echoless 6. Arachno-Mariticide 7. Petrochemical 8. Scoundrel / Wraith 9. Swamp Mind 10. Juris Domina 11. Ecocide 12. Event Horizon
SLUGCRUST is: Jesse Cole – Vocals Derick Caperton – Guitar Brett Terrapin – Drums Stacey Williams – Bass
Californian Southern rockers ROBERT JON & THE WRECK are pleased to release Wreckage Vol. 2, a collection of exclusive in-studio and live concert performances on Blues-Rocker Joe Bonamassa’s label, KTBA Records. The new album is released worldwide today.
Stream/listen to the new album Wreckage Vol. 2 HERE.
Watch the new official music video for “Dark Roses”HERE. Order the album HERE.
“A wonderful compilation from a band at the top of their game.
“It’s a lovely ballad, which would just as easily fit in the repertoire of Skynyrd, or Montgomery Gentry. With a moving bass line and compelling drumming, the guitar solo stands out and adds to the narrative arc.” – Rock and Blues Muse
The latest track “Dark Roses” is a new original song recorded at the legendary Sunset Sound in Los Angeles with Darrell Thorp. This song is one of their more sentimental songs written about the real-life loss of a friend who was close to the band.
The new album is a representation of a remarkable career spanning collection of tracks including brand-new song debuts, fresh versions of fan favourites “On The Run” and “Cannonball,” hot-off-the-press live recordings of The Wreck’s critically acclaimed, searing 2022 singles, “She’s a Fighter,” “Waiting For Your Man,” “Old Hotel Room” and an incredible rendition of The Band’s “The Weight.”
Wreckage Vol. 2 captures all the energy and excitement that The Wreck generate every time they perform to their growing fanbase.
The release of Wreckage Vol. 2 follows the Wreck’s critically acclaimed studio album Shine A Light On Me Brother. The album featured the singles “Shine A Light On Me Brother” and “Everyday” that received airplay on UK rock radio including Planet Rock, BBC Radio 2, The Max, Total Rock, MMH Radio, ERB Radio and Radio Caroline.
The album features Robert Jon Burrison (lead vocals, guitar), Andrew Espantman (drums, b. vocals), Steve Maggiora (keyboards, b. vocals), Henry James (lead guitar, b. vocals), and Warren Murrel (bass, b. vocals).
The Wreck has been writing songs and releasing albums since the band’s conception in 2011. During this time, this quintet has been busy fine-tuning their sound playing to packed houses across Europe and the United States.
The band have toured with the likes of Bonamassa, Buddy Guy, Eric Gales, Living Colour, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Walter Trout, Rival Sons, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, The Cadillac Three, Black Stone Cherry, Devon Allman Band, Billy Sheehan, Sturgill Simpson, and many more.
Wreckage Vol. 2 Track List
1. She’s A Fighter (Live from Ancienne Belgique) 2. Waiting For Your Man (Live from Ancienne Belgique) 3. Rescue Train (Live from Shuffle Brother Studios) 4. The Weight (Live from Shuffle Brother Studios) 5. Old Hotel Room (Live from Sunset Sound) 6. Dark Roses (Live from Sunset Sound) 7. On The Run (Live from Sunset Sound) 8. Cannonball (Live from Shuffle Brother Studios) 9. Something To Remember Me By (Live from DJE Livestream Studio) 10. Witchcraft (Live from DJE Livestream Studio)
About Robert Jon & The Wreck Reigning from southern California, Robert Jon & The Wreck has been taking the southern rock sound established on the east coast and bringing it to the West Coast. Since their inception in 2011, these five native Californian’s; Robert Jon Burrison (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Andrew Espantman (Drums/Background Vocals), Steve Maggiora (Keys/ Background Vocals), Henry Schneekluth (Lead Guitar/Background Vocals), Warren Murrel (Bass) have been electrifying audiences globally with their soaring guitar leads, infectious grooves and rich vocal harmonies. With yearly European tours now becoming an integral part of their touring regiment The Wreck found their flow being on the road most of the year, returning to California and prolifically pumping out new material. Their sixth studio album, the critically acclaimed Shine a Light on Me Brother, was released in 2021. The Wreck is set to release Wreckage Vol. 2, a collection of exclusive in-studio and live concert performances recorded from 2020 – 2022, on Sept. 30 on Joe Bonamassa’s KTBA Records. The Wreck is currently on tour in the U.S. before embarking on their 2023 U.K. dates.
ROBERT JON & THE WRECK FEBRUARY 2023 UK TOUR
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM WWW.ROBERTJONANDTHEWRECK.COM
Cardiff, The Earl Haig Club Tuesday 7 February 2023
Sheffield, Corporation Wednesday 8 February 2023
Chester, The Live Rooms Thursday 9 February 2023
Leamington, Assembly Rooms Friday 10 February 2023
London, Powerhaus Saturday 11 February 2023
Bury, The Met Theatre Sunday 12 February 2023
Aberdeen, Tunnels Tuesday 14 February 2023
Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill Wednesday 15 February 2023
Hartlepool, South Durham Steel Works Thursday 16 February 2023
Gloucester, Guildhall Friday 17 February 2023
Sittingborne, Bourne Music Club Saturday 18 February 2023
Canadian classic rock roots and blues rock band THE COMMONERS release the title track single Find A Better Way, the third single taken from the forthcoming album Find A Better Way on Friday September 30th. The single is mixed by legendary producer Kevin Shirley (Joe Bonamassa, Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin) and is available to buy and stream HERE.
The Commoner’s lead singer, Chris Medhurst, describes the Find A Better Way single as follows – “Our current world throws a lot of challenges at us all. We don’t have control over that, but we do have control over how we respond. Find A Better Way is a powerful rock anthem that speaks to the challenges we must overcome and our need in humanity to find a better way.”
Possessing a sound tapped from the oaken belly of a whiskey barrel, The Commoners are a four-piece classic rock, roots, blue rock band from Toronto, Canada.
Described as “a classic rock and roll affair,” the nine songs on the new album take the listener on a sonic voyage through the lives of the band, from the dusty back roads of rural Ontario to the bright lights of the big city. Offering their own blend of rock and roll, southern blues, and roots music, the Toronto-based four-piece band are known for their high-energy riffs, soulful vocals, and rich harmonies. The result is an authentic Southern-style rock experience.
The group was cobbled together over the course of a decade, adapting through numerous obstacles to form the unit as it exists today: Chris Medhurst (vocals/guitar), Ben Spiller (bass), Ross Hayes Citrullo (lead guitar), and Adam Cannon (drums). Often joined by their friend, organist Miles Evans-Branagh, The Commoners unite under a shared dream: to write, perform, and share music that is an authentic nod to the greats who paved the way before them.
“The new album authentically embodies the rock and roll, soul, and blues rock experience,” says the band’s lead singer, Chris Medhurst. “That’s something we really wanted to bring back. That’s the roots. That’s what we listen to.”
The Black Crowes are a considerable influence for us,” says Medhurst. “Derek Trucks, Marcus King, Led Zeppelin, and The Allman Brothers Band, too. These are the bands that we wear on our sleeves as we aspire to create our own music and sound.”
Find A Better Way is an album that demands attention from the first note. The opening lines “If I scream at the top of my lungs, and stamp my feet, ’til the floor comes undone,” immediately inform that a wild ride lies ahead. The album was recorded and produced at RHC Music in Toronto by the band’s guitarist Ross Hayes Citrullo. Ross collaborated with executive producer Renan Yildizdogan to strike the perfect balance of new and old recording treatments. The goal was to create something that felt new and original, yet still familiar to their target classic roots rock and blues rock audience.
“The vision from the beginning was to marry old and new southern rock together in a way that was unique to the band’s Canadian roots,” explains Citrullo. “By adding the soul and rock elements of the Black Crowes, and the southern blues rock undertones of the Allman Brothers to a production style akin to Blackberry Smoke and Rival Sons, I think we developed an authentic sound that compares sonically to some of our favourite records across all of those music genres.”
The album’s lyrical themes drill into the essence of humanity: love, regret, ambition, and fear. Circling the forever challenge of doubt vs. desire, The Commoners place themselves into the shoes of the everyman. The result? Nine tracks that function as a comfort and companion through all of life’s trials and tribulations, with melodic solos, soaring organ, and a punchy rhythm section to drive the messages home.
Drummer Adam Cannon says, “Music, like so much in life, is about the exchange of energy,” and The Commoners make more than a fair trade. Striving to present an impactful, memorable, and downright exhilarating live experience that accurately represents their recorded works, the band carries the listener over spirited choruses and group chants, before returning them back to earth in need of a shot of something smooth. You can expect to leave fully satisfied, sweat drenched, and heart racing, a good time guaranteed—just what we all need.
The Commoners enlisted a handful of Toronto’s finest musicians to help bring their record to life. On the title track Find A Better Way, the band brought on keyboardist Jeff Heisholt (The Trews) to lay down an iconic organ track. For the rest of the album, keyboardist Miles Evans-Branagh performed organ, piano, and Rhodes.
To accompany Ben and Adam on backup vocals, The Commoners called upon three of Canada’s top backup singers. Tash Lorayne and Shezelle Weekes (The Arkells), and Chantal Williams joined in to arrange vocal parts and enliven the mix with their vivacious voices resulting in a spine-tingling performance.
The Commoners also invited local legend Michael Eckert to lend his pedal steel talents on I Won’t and Alive. Adding the final cherry on top, renowned multi-instrumentalist Ben Healey treated Deadlines to a guitar solo worthy of the world’s greatest stadiums. Though these songs were all written by The Commoners, the contributions of these amazing guest musicians make the album something special.
“Every time we brought an outside player into the studio, they would offer their own unique instincts and interpretations of each song. This helped the album grow into a collaborative art piece that continues to surprise us with every listen.”
A rock anthem to its core, the title track, Find A Better Way, carries a message that encapsulates the entirety of the record. With growing uncertainties, society faces challenges previously unseen, leaving the collective in a perpetual state of questioning, with doubt directed towards governments, public leaders, and our neighbours. From the aftermath of COVID-19, the increasing mental health crisis in North America, war crimes in Ukraine, and the explosion of social movements and protests, one thought unites us all—we need to find a better way to co-exist on this planet. Find A Better Way takes an inward look at confronting our tumultuous past and accepting personal accountabilities to uncover the strength needed to seek a solution.
Find a Better Way is the only track on the record to mixed outside of Canada. The band worked with legend Producer/Mixer Kevin Shirley (the Black Crowes, Joe Bonamassa, Led Zeppelin) at Caveman Studios in Sydney, Australia. Kevin’s mix helped set the perfect tone for the album, which Ross Hayes Citrullo was then able to follow for the rest of the record. Kevin’s involvement set The Commoners on the right path with this epic title track.
Mastering was also an important consideration for the band and their label. For this stage, the team sent their record all the way to Nashville, Tennessee to Pete Lyman (Tedeschi Trucks, Blackberry Smoke, Chris Stapleton, Rival Sons) at Infrasonic Sound. Pete’s specialty for mastering southern rock made the mixes come alive, making them sonically competitive to the band’s influences.
As a collective, we find ourselves emerging into a changed society, with uncertainty looming and shadowing the future. In their upcoming release, The Commoners remind us that music has a unique ability to heal, a medicine of extraordinary merit, and balm for the soul during dark times. Every major movement in history gave rise to change makers, and The Commoners are taking their stand, here to lead and inspire us all to Find a Better Way.
“FIND A BETTER WAY” – TRACK LIST
1 – FIND A BETTER WAY (4:36) 2 – FILL MY CUP (4:22) 3 – MORE THAN MISTAKES (2:56) 4 – TOO MUCH (3:57) 5 – NATURLLY (4:30) 6 – I WON’T (4:15) 7 – DEADLINES (3:46) 8 – HANGIN’ ON AGAIN (7:06) 9 – ALIVE (4:52)
ALBUM TRACK BY TRACK
FIND A BETTER WAY Two words. Rock Anthem. A rip-roaring intro launches the band into an epic, empowering song with a resonant message. The cry to confront our tumultuous past and accept personal accountabilities has never sounded better. Gang vocals urging “Don’t walk away from me,” and a biting guitar tone immediately grab the listener, refusing to let go until they heed the call to find a better way.
FILL MY CUP A roots rock classic with introspective verses and a chorus that will promptly raise hairs, Fill My Cup is the album’s spirited first single. Made for sun-filled Saturday afternoons, high-energy riffs, and emotive vocals elevate this track to higher ground. Featuring the talented Chantal Williams on backup vocals, Fill My Cup strikes hard with a message that screams through the speakers. One listen and you’ll be saying, “How ‘bout another round?”
MORE THAN MISTAKES The rock train rolls on full steam ahead with the punchy and rollicking More Than Mistakes. Bright tambourine accents a rhythm section to rival Motown, illuminating a track that will instantly push listeners to the edge of their seats, raising them to their feet. Alive and free, More Than Mistakes affirms the album’s theme of self-empowerment with gusto.
TOO MUCH Erupting with the growling vigor of an old Beaumont, Too Much drives The Commoners to the brink of surrendering their dreams for the comforts of home. A high horsepower performance peels out with rowdy riffs and lively organ in tow, delivering a relatable sentiment that never proves to be too much.
NATURALLY Swelling with vulnerability, and hard truths, Naturally confirms that honesty writes one hell of a song. A sparse intro pours into a symphony of voices, wrapping the listener like a pair of welcoming arms for a chorus that hits like an arrow through the heart. Miles Evans-Branagh lays the foundation from which this ballad blooms with an organ arrangement that sighs and stirs, echoing an emotive vocal performance by Chris Medhurst.
I WON’T The twangy ring of guitars brings an element of country to I Won’t, featuring Toronto legend Michael Eckert on pedal steel. Lush harmonies abound, supporting a flourishing chorus drawing the listener into a mind plagued by second guessing and self-uncertainty. An unexpected bridge bends the ear, insisting you give a damn.
DEADLINES Demanding attention from the first note, the force of Deadlines is undeniable. Enthusiastic performances from each member combine for the ultimate trifecta: an uplifting, feel-good summer chorus, psychedelic bridge, and groove that will have even the most reserved of listeners stirring up the dance floor like a swizzle stick. A searing guitar solo by Ben Healey keeps the energy sky high, reminding listeners this is, primarily, a rock and roll album.
HANGIN’ ON AGAIN Worth every second of its 7:06 spin length, Hangin’ On Again is the magnum opus of the album. Telling a timeless tale of love and loss, the lead vocals dance the delicate line between tasteful and untamed with exquisite precision. The arrangement inflates from the onset with atmospheric guitar courtesy of Ross Hayes Citrullo, and organ before bursting into a fervent chorus highlighting The Commoners as masters of their craft.
ALIVE Concluding the album, The Commoners extend a final invitation into their sacred heart space with Alive. Bassist Ben Spiller lends his prowess to the piano, aligning with Michael Eckert’s pedal steel for a mesmerizing outcome. Alive calls into question the value we assign to that which is important to us in life. How are we to weigh a dream against daily responsibilities, and conjure belief from a well that easily runs dry? An unforgettable ending to an incredible journey.
ALBUM PRODUCTION CREDITS
Chris Medhurst – Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar Ross Hayes Citrullo – Lead Guitar Ben Spiller – Bass, Vocals, Piano (5, 9) Adam Cannon – Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Miles Evans-Branagh – Organ, Rhodes, Piano | Jeff Heisholt – Organ (1) Michael Ekhart – Pedal Steel (6, 9) | Ben Healey – Lead Guitar (7) Chantal Williams, Shezelle Weekes, Tash Lorayne – Backing Vocals
All songs written by The Commoners Produced by Ross Hayes Citrullo and The Commoners Executive Producer – Renan Yildizdogan Recorded at RHC Music, Toronto ON
Track 1 mixed by Kevin Shirley at Caveman Studios, Sydney, Australia 2-9 mixed by Ross Hayes Citrullo and Renan Yildizdogan (RYCH) Engineers – Ross Hayes Citrullo, Ben Spiller, Adam Cannon, Renan Yildizdogan Assistant Engineers – Emily Goguen, Thomas Vitas, Serhii Artiukh, Austin Rossitter, Jon Savard, Dylan Davis Mastered by Pete Lyman at Infrasonic Mastering, Nashville, Tennessee Album Photography by Lindsay White Album Design by Emily Goguen
2022 Tour Dates
12/10/22 Norderstedt-Germany @ Music Star 13/10/22 Hoganas-Sweden @ Garage Bar TBC 14/10/22 Varberg-Sweden @ Maja’s 15/10/22 Avesta-Sweden @ Kulturgaraget 16/10/22 Stockholm TBC 18/10/22 Malmo-Sweden @ Folk & Rock 19&20/10/22 Hamburg-Germany @ Cowboy und Indianer TBC 21/10/22 Asendorf-Germany @ Break Out 22/10/22 Singwitz-Germany @ Kesselhaus 23/10/22 Burglengenfeld-Germany @ RockStürbl 24/10/22 Bratislava-Slovakia @ Muzeum Ochbodu 26/10/22 Bremen-Germany @ Meisenfrei 27/10/22 Köln-Germany TBC 28/10/22 Rimsting-Germany TBC 29/10/22 Fiesch-Switzerland @ Inch Bar 30/10/22 Switzerland TBC 31/10/22 Solothurn-Switzerland TBC 03/11/22 Barcelona-Spain @ Sala Textil 04/11/22 Castellon-Spain @ Sala Because 05/11/22 Orihuela-Spain @ La Gramola 06/11/22 Valladollid-Spain @ Puerta Caeli 07/11/22 Leon-Spain @ Babylon 08/11/22 Ourense-Spain @ Cafe Auriense 10/11/22 A Coruna-Spain @ Sala Mardi Gras 11/11/22 Cangas-Spain @ Salason 12/11/22 Valles-Spain @ Bocanegra 13/11/22 Vitoria-Spain @ Urban Rock 15/11/22 Chambery-France @ Brin de Zinc 16/11/22 Besançon-France @ Bar De L’U 17/11/22 Metz-France TBC 18/11/22 Krefeld-Germany @ Kulturrampe 19/11/22 Ostend-Belgium TBC