Poor Folks, Live Well | 40 Years of Famine

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40 Years of Famine

by Poor Folks, Live Well

The sophomore EP. Rock and Roll in its most vicious, beautiful form. This EP mixes heavy and catchy while moving in very dynamic directions.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Formed in Central Washington in July of 2008 out of a dead local music scene and all-too ready noise complaints, Poor Folks, Live Well founders Shawn Sanders (Bass) and Brian Bailey (guitar/vox) joined to create a unique blend of Rock and Roll subgenres. It was a joint effort that caught attention and after teaming up with Carsin Boyle (drums), and taking their sound all across the state, Poor Folks, Live Well has established a sound and live performance that consistently leaves audiences wanting more.

Drawing from bands like Colour Revolt and Brand New as main influences, and embracing perfectionism, Poor Folks, Live Well has been able to build up a strong, dedicated fanbase all around Washington from a long string of very successful shows. The music grabs and holds audience attention with deceptively thoughtful lyrics and the variety of soaring melodies along with gripping tension. All of this is well displayed on 2010's LP "Our Sore Nerves" and 2012's EP "40 Years Of Famine".


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Kev

Another Great CD From Poor Folks
This is a fantastic CD that wont leave your thoughts, dreams or cd player. Buy it, you wont be disappointed.