Forming in 2010, The Wild Feathers released three critically acclaimed studio albums, one live set and toured with major acts like Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson. In 2020, they pulled back the curtain on their decade together with Medium Rarities, a collection of previously unreleased music spanning each incarnation of their still-evolving career, and are returning with their latest release, Alvarado.
Beloved by fans, The Wild Feathers‘ thoughtful arrangements draw from Southern rock and Americana with a penchant for infectious melody, and sweeping, multi-part vocal harmonies reminiscent of The Band or Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
Mestre Bergman met in Minesota the band Night Moves which capture the cosmic country glory days of the Flaming Lips, Band of Horses and Mercury Rev.
Formed in 2009 in the Twin Cities, Night Moves is composed at its core of John Pelant and Micky Alfano. Friends since high school, their bond was solidified when Alfano lent Pelant his copy of George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass, a luminous classic of turn-the-page melancholy that echoes through Pennied Days. Over time, Pelant and Alfano broadened their scope to allow for a wide array of maverick influences, ranging from traditionalist heroes like Leon Russell and The Band to r’n’b originators Curtis Mayfield and Sly Stone to pre-punk experimentalists Suicide. (They also love Joe Walsh, like all free-thinking Americans.) Night Moves have just released his second album Pennied Days,
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