Their latest single, “Tiger Baby,” drops Jan. 3, 2020.
The band reunited in August 2018 in Nashville to record the 13-song indie album, “Gnashville” (Dec. 7, 2018). The album features the group's signature garage-band grit, jangly electric folk and punchy rock grooves. College radio jumped on the release, with the album breaking the top 100 in just a few weeks.
Subtle commentaries on social discord ("Burning Bridges"), the Parkland, Florida, shooting ("Molly") smartphone addiction ("Disease") and the West Coast housing crisis (“You Got Yours”) give the album a depth of conscience.
Two members of Luke Bryan’s band contributed to the project: Childhood friend Dave Ristrim produced, bassist James Cook recorded, mixed and mastered “Gnashville” at his studio.