Thank you to Ricky Ross and BBC Radio Scotland for the love! We can't wait to get over to your side of the world and play some shows.
A most excellent hang with the most excellent dudes in the most excellent band Belle Adair. Check it! Dig it! Be it!
We were honored to stop by WFUV Public Radio last month in New York City-- and the results of that visit are now available for listening and viewing at their website. Click below to check it out!
Order "Tuscumbia" today: smarturl.it/belleadair
Digging Tuscumbia? Follow our Greetings from Tuscumbia playlist on Spotify to hear songs that influenced the production, writing, and recording of the record.
Our final house party day with the fine fellas and audience at Rockin' the Suburbs. Hear Matt and Adam perform a few songs off Tuscumbia from the comfy confines of a suburban living room. Cheers, guys!
And now, the grand finale (plus, a fun fact in today's article)! Thank you Belle Adair for being so awesome.
Going to SXSW? We'll see you there. Details coming soon!
"Tuscumbia fruitfully delves into a strum-glide zone instead of dishing riffy power-pop action, with the songs, singing (which occasionally brings The Clientele to mind), and playing strong throughout. A-"
Thanks to The Vinyl District for the review!!
"Rest Easy" is the final song on our new album, but many of you have reached out and said you loved it. In appreciation, we sat down and recorded an acoustic version at the Single Lock Records office. We hope you enjoy it, too!
We had such a fantastic time recording this podcast with Rockin' the Suburbs. They were kind enough to have us in their home, and we ate, drank, talked, and played some songs. An excellent house party all around! This is part one of a four part series, so follow these guys and tune in all week for the rest of our episodes.
"Their new album Tuscumbia seems to defy what most of us might expect to come from Alabama, but may shed light on a place that just voted its first Democratic senator into office after more than two decades. 9/10"
Thanks to Glide Magazine for the review!