Strung Like a Horse fiddles with it at R&B this Friday
This Friday, Strung Like a Horse will bring their jumping “garage-grass” style to Rhythm & Brews.
The band sounds like its name; its surprising, robust sound gallops through a range of emotional subjects, from the freedom you feel after a good break-up to the frantic joy of love at first sight.
Even the band members themselves have a bit of difficulty in describing their sound, labeling themsleves as a "Gypsy-Punk-Garage-Grass" band.
The five members of the band create a lively pseudo-punk sound played in the country tones of the fiddle and the banjo.
It’s a strange combination that sounds just a half beat off from its more mainstream cousin, folk rock, but the result is a raunchy, foot-stomping good time in which fans of bluegrass and fans of pop-punk will find common ground.
Their upcoming LP, Free, is available for preorder now on their Bandcamp page and will be released on Oct. 10.
Strung Like A Horse
Friday, 9:30 p.m.
Rhythm & Brews
221 Market St.