Strangers

by Such Hounds

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There comes a point in life when being young, broke and on your own seeps into normality. History is all you have connecting you with the past and the road ahead is full of holes so you hang on to the sights in the rear-view; the nights when things felt alright and the days when you cared just a little bit more. Such Hounds know this all too well and they stamp their own vulnerability and desolation over the songs they write, recalling the same young-and-stoned-and-empty feelings on their debut LP, "Strangers."

Some say it sounds like Tom Petty snorkeling in bong water, but maybe it’s Tom Petty wading through Budweiser, it really depends on the song. Like Petty, Such Hounds show a dedication to crafted, evocative songwriting propelled by the pursuit of a better time and a fuck-the-world attitude to getting older. Searing guitars cut deep to bone while narratives ring with a cold truth and that all too familiar ache of moving on and loving every goddamn moment, even if it left you bruised and bloody along the way. It’s raw, it’s cathartic, and it’s that beautiful feeling of being alive. Crack open a tallboy and enjoy.

credits

released January 22, 2016

Produced, engineered and mixed by Kevin McMahon at Marcata Recording in New Paltz, NY

Mastered by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side Music

Artwork by Devin Toye

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