Crooked Coast | Gone Without You (Picture Me Rolling)

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Gone Without You (Picture Me Rolling)

by Crooked Coast

Breezy, roots rock, escapist pop with sing along choruses and guitar hooks.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Originally named “the Rumrunners” Crooked Coast was formed with out any forethought or practice in the summer of 2011. Made up of Charles Parker, Luke Vose and Ben Elder the trio quickly formed to play an informal weekly gig at mexican restaurant in Woods Hole MA. The Songs and band identity quickly formed at a relaxed but surprising pace. Bridging styles from punk to reggae to hip hop and country naturally, in the tradition of bands like the Clash and Police. Initially strictly a live band the boys began to improv original music in front of an audience. These songs quickly grew in number and popularity until recording a debut album became inevitable. Crooked Coast is currently recording their first full-length at Kid Charlemagne studios in Falmouth MA. These songs keep a pop sensibility with catchy hooks and underlying themes of hope, love, despair, death and redemption. The summer of 2012 will see the band dropping an album, music video and numerous live shows.


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