Both in songwriting and delivery, this enticing ensemble has something special to offer. "Postcard Town," produced by Will Kimbrough, who has produced albums for Rodney Crowell and Todd Snider, was recorded at the legendary Butcher Shoppe Studio in Nashville by Grammy winner Sean Sullivan (studio & engineer for Sturgill Simpson's latest). The band laid down 11 tracks in just 4 days, 10 of which are original while the other is a stompy remake of the Carter Family tune "Sow'em on the Mountain." No Depression writes about Postcard Town: "There is just enough twang in the music to make it country, and just enough rock to make it interesting. Lay the voices of Szewc and Huebner on top and it is a musical banana split of consequence...the harmonies neither too strong nor too light but just right."
The band features Julie Szewc on vocals and acoustic guitar, David Huebner on cello and electric guitar, Fred Serna on drums and percussion, and Taylor Phillips on bass. They've been touring extensively around the West, and have been expanding to the national level.