Thursday, August 4, 2016

Americana band, The Coteries, release debut EP 'Reason in the Road'

On July 29th, Folk Rock Band, The Coteries, released their debut EP “Reason in the Road”. This female-fronted trio brings you music steeped in their travels on the back roads of America in their old VW Bus, Trusty Rusty. The debut EP is available on, with digital distribution through iTunes, Amazon, and other major online outlets.

In the summer of 2014 the trio quit their day jobs, bought a VW Bus, and took off on an 11,000 mile journey across North America. Aside for some freezing August nights in Wyoming it was the best decision of their lives. With their inaugural year and over 200 shows behind they’re continuing their momentum into 2016 with a recent endorsement from GoWesty as traveling ambassadors. They’ve gone from small farmer’s markets and corners of bars to major festivals like Divide Music Festival sharing the stage with artists Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Blondie, and The Fray.

Recorded at Miner Street Recordings in Philadelphia, PA and mixed/produced by Josh Gannet (Redman, John Ginty, Keith Richards, Slash), this is their take on modern folk. Bolstering their sound with acoustic guitars, mandolin, a stomp box, harmonicas and various other instruments they’ve picked up along the way, “Reason in the Road” is a reflection of all they have experienced discovering themselves and the American countryside.

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