My Father and the Hunter.LISTEN TO IT RIGHT NOW!
Released February 2012.The Strumbellas' debut album, My Father And The Hunter, is an introspective snapshot of where the band has been until now. After seeing the group at The Dakota Tavern over a year ago, Cone McCaslin came on board to produce the album. Recorded at Blue Rodeo’s coveted Woodshed Studio in the fall of 2011, as well as Metalworks, it’s the harvest of seven talented friends, some whiskey and a few rounds of euchre. Harmonies, stomps, hollers, claps and gang vocals unabashedly abound as the songs weave their stories throughout the album.
In the studio.
The first look at The Strumbellas' debut album "My Father and the Hunter", which was released on Feb 21, 2012. Filmmaker Sheldon Norton followed the band while recording the album cut of "Bird".
This video that gives you a sample of the music to come and a look at the light hearted nature of the band as they work in the studio.
My Father And The Hunter Tracklisting:
What do you think of the album?
Folk Hive:By: Folk Hive
"Amidst the raucous yet well-polished indie folk rock/alt-countrysounds emerging from The Strumbellas on My Father And The Hunter are songs that defy their upbeat tone and carry heavy loads."READ FULL REVIEW
Hero Hill:By: Dale Speaking
"The most immediate moments are those of pace and punch, but the most lasting are the ones the band delivers with a soft touch..."READ FULL REVIEW
Exclaim:By: Randi Beers
"The album is full of high energy, earnest folk music, coupled with darker-tinged gothic folk..."READ FULL REVIEW
Wild Side:By: Laurie
"...I am a true fan of beautifully unique and interesting music and that is what The Strumbellas provide..."READ FULL REVIEW
Velvet Rope Magazine:By: Tyler Savage
"Starting very strong, the opening tracks The Sherriff and Lakes, both have huge choruses and an unfair amount of hooks..."READ FULL REVIEW
Sunday Cinema:By: Sunda Cinema
"If you are a fan of the modern rock/bluegrass fusion style of Mumford & Sons then you will love The Strumbellas, because they do it even better."READ FULL REVIEW
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