2010’s “Meet You at the Riverbone” was akin to an atmospheric rock album with singer-songwriter roots, delivering distinctive content for a young band. It was ambitious with its instrumental segments and conceptual use of cinematic-style sound design. From this foundation, the group sought to delve into heavier live performances over the coming years.
After a period of reformation and redirection, 2018’s long-awaited second album, “Possible at Sea,” delivers a bigger, more mature, and haunting sound with dense layers, killer guitars, sonic experimentation, and inquisitive lyrics. Coursing between a commanding rock aesthetic, spacey soundscapes, and subtle improvisations, Biscuithound offers a freshness to hard-rock, with an emotional and intellectual seriousness. It is not the "New Orleans sound," but has and organic feel, much like the swampy surroundings.
Britton Newton - guitars, vocals
Wade Hymel - drums, percussion
Nicholas Baillio - bass
Benjamin Thomas - piano, electric organ, keyboards
Ryan Church - guitars