Marathon is an wonderfully strong foundation on which to build from and is a much needed breath of fresh air. J. Graves are an example of what the world and future needs more of - badass, honest women who can play the shit out of a guitar.
Sad Summer Fest was more than just music, which really added to the experience. There were big pink banners with song lyrics to take pictures with, food vendors, merch tents, and even free meet and greets for fans.
Mixing roots from previous albums, most heavily from Rats and Creatures, Disguise is the brain child that not many would assume to be successful. The rawness and openness of the tracks give the album a feeling you can’t easily find.
Timeless Youth brings not only songs with excellent sing-ability, but the true pop-punk sound and emotion. With each track keeping the listener entertained, this EP is riddled with catchy words and foot tapping beats
Sunk is a great example of the modern punk sound that is popular in the scene and keeps the listener’s interest from start to finish. It’s upbeat and groovy, complete with clever lyrics scattered across all four tracks.
Sittin’ In A Tree is the debut album from long time friends and tour mates Jaret Reddick of Bowling For Soup and Kelly Ogden of The Dollyrots. After sharing the road and stage together for the better part of a decade, it makes perfect sense that these two would join forces.