From humble, sweaty beginnings using music to make it through Texas heat in an AC-less house with (potentially) as many rats as residents, Duncan Fellows have come a long way in the past 3 years. They’ve teased their fans with singles, EPs, and plenty of great live performances, but now they’ve released their debut album, one with two moods to reflect, as the title suggests, both sides of the ceiling. In the past year, the band has been playing shows in Austin as well as across the country. They toured with Houndmouth through the Southeast and with Joseph on a run of sold out dates along the west coast. Between trips they have been in Denton, Texas recording their debut LP, Both Sides of the Ceiling.The album was written mostly over the summer of 2016 and into the fall which becomes apparent in the composition of the tunes. The first tracks are bright yet biting, not taking themselves too seriously (similar to the band), but as the album progresses the mood turns.
Scroll down to the bottom of the post to hear their recent session from Studio 1A and keep your eyes on this page for more from Duncan Fellows!
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