Iâ€™ve always leaned into darker musicâ€¦.gritty, over-driven guitars, moody harmonies and deep rhythms. Those are the tracks I end up playing over and over and over again. Those are the songs that get my knees bending at a concert, my face scrunching up while my ears tune in. Itâ€™s a sound that appeals to my more instinctual tastes.
On December 4, Buddha Council will release their second studio album, Consider This, featuring the single â€œSheepâ€ which grips me in exactly that way.
From Virginia Beach, Buddha Council is in the trenches of todayâ€™s American reggae scene, grinding it out on the road and in the studio, as part of the groundswell we can all feel underfoot, right here and now.
And indeed their ethos is very similar to Rootfireâ€™s:
â€œBuddha Council seek to make music not only as a band, but more precisely as a musiciansâ€™ collectiveâ€¦.to contribute to the music community at large by enhancing and encouraging the musical collaborative experience.â€œ
Itâ€™s about creating communities and sharing the art that touches us along the way.
Pre-order Consider This here:
Tour dates and more info at http://buddhacouncilband.com
* "Sheep" is an exclusive Rootfire World Premiere.
Licence : All Rights Reserved