Led by lead singer SD Ineson, the rocking ragamuffins come bearing gifts of new songs and two decades of odes as polished as rust.
There's a hint of the band's mid-'90s alt-country beginnings lingering in its music - thanks to the density created by such a crowd of musicians. It's a bigger, more groove-filled sound than most folk rock - sometimes veering into jam-band territory. "Heartfelt, funky, and just a little bit trippy."
These veterans of the roots music scene have transcended the alt.country crowd they sprang from - into a band that creates Americana that’s deceptively modern. Whether it’s the mandolin riffs setting an easy going roll or a well-timed accordion riff at just the right moment, they know how to pay homage to traditional music without being limited by it.