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Raised in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains of South Carolina, Sam Burchfield was brought up on Appalachian music: folk, gospel, country and southern soul. The young songwriter draws on these roots with a deep lyrical honesty and carries the tradition of folk music forward.
Burchfield’s upcoming EP, ‘Graveyard Flower’, seeks to reconnect to the Appalachian roots that raised him. In a world of cell phones and internet distractions, this body of work beckons the listener to plant their feet firmly in the soil. Reconnect to the land, reconnect to each other; ‘Graveyard Flower’ is honest music.
Hailing from Provo Utah, Desert Noises has been touring extensively throughout the years playing major festivals and venues of all sizes. After a brief hiatus, the band is back on the road, in the studio, and ecstatic to continue their journey that started over a decade ago. This extended break led the band into individual artist projects and tours with other groups such as Cage the Elephant, RayLand Baxter, Liz Cooper & the Stampede, Wild Child, Harpooner, Dove & the Wolf, and Microwave Mountain.
They are in the final process of a new full-length album that they recorded in their relocated home of Nashville, TN with Bill Reynolds (Band of Horses). It’s a new and yet familiar sound, echoing the spatial landscapes of ‘Mountain Sea’ and the visceral growl in ‘27 Ways’ but with obvious tales of change and growth from singer-songwriter Kyle Henderson. There’s no telling how high this mountain is that they are climbing, but for three friends from the desert, climbing is what makes them feel at home.
Desert Noises is Kyle Henderson (vocals, guitar), Tyler Osmond (bass, vocals), and Brennan Allen (drums, vocals)
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Atlanta, GA, 30307