while there’s a lot more to say about american gospel other than the singer is from the republic of wolves/”the guy from a band i don’t listen to much,” the band has just released their debut LP tall tales volume one for public consumption. whether physical copies are bought or bandcamp, it matters not. the rich and textured songs i’ve heard thus far are setting it up to be quite the compelling record. here’s where they’re selling the physical.
i guess this is more of an introductory post. american gospel is the new project from gregg andrew dellarocca, from the republic of wolves. while i can’t exactly vouch for TROW other than their imposter brand new demos, american gospel is exactly what the band name would lead you to believe — except set to the dusty trails of good ol’ rustic america. check out the video for “bayonet” above, and start keeping tabs on this project, cause i’m sure you’ll be seeing a lot more of it in the near future.
once again, gotta give it up to ap.net for a fresh face, this time in the form of gregg andrew dellarocca, of the republic of wolves. gregg has debuted the first song from his upcoming release, which is set to be released later this year. imagine manchester orchestra losing their nirvana/alternative influence, and listening to a lot of blues and gospel music, and you’ll have a pretty clear idea of what’s going on here (at least on this track). stream the single below, and check out the sampler on his facebook page.
american gospel – hunting boar.