This Boston-formed country band has been winning over music fans with their diverse style since winning the John Lennon Songwriting Contest in 2006 and self-financing the recording of their debut album 'In This Episode'. With their key influences in classic pop and swing era jazz, they often cite The Beatles as their main inspiration.
Their fifth studio album Side Pony took a slight turn from the old era, with more influence on soul and R'n'B was received favorably by critics and hit the top spots on Billboard's Rock Albums, Folk Albums and Alternative Albums chart, a feat they are hoping to repeat with the upcoming Free Yourself Up, to be released in May 2018.
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