These Denver natives have been on our radar since their self-recorded EP came out last year and their front-porch folk tracks “Ho Hey” and “Stubborn Love” gathered devoted fans across the U.S.
They made our Best 20 Bands of 2011 and 25 Albums We’re Looking Forward To In 2012 lists—and so far, our expectations have been surpassed.
With their first full-length self-titled album out in March, we can only expect more rustic, heart-on-your-sleeve lyrics from the trio.
Watch “Ho, Hey” live here, and check out their spring tour dates below.
2 Vail Valley, Colo. @ Snowball Music Festival
21 San Diego, Calif. @ The Casbah
22 Los Angeles, Calif. @ Hotel Café
24 San Francisco, Calif. @ Café Du Nord
25 Santa Cruz, Calif. @ The Crepe Place
29 Eugene, Ore. @ Axe & Fiddle
30 Portland, Ore. @ Mississippi Studios
31 Seattle, Wash. @ The Tractor Tavern
1 Vancouver, B.C. @ Media Club
4 Boise, Idaho @ The Neurolux
5 Salt Lake City, Utah @ The State Room
6 Bellvue, Colo. @ Misawaka Indoors
7 Boulder, Colo. @ Shug’s
9 Ames, Iowa @ The Maintenance Shop
11 Minneapolis, Minn. @ 7th Street Entry
12 Madison, Wis. @ The Frequency
13 Evanston, Ill. @ Space
17 Burlington, Vt. @ Higher Ground Lounge
18 Northampton, Mass. @ Iron Horse
19 Fairfield, Conn. @ StageOne
20 Berklee, Mass. @ Café 939 @ Berklee
21 Brookly, N.Y. @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
22 Vienna, Va. @ Jammin’ Java
24 Philadelphia, Pa. @ Johnny Brendas
26 Chapel Hill, N.C. @ Local 506
27 Nashville, Tenn. @ The Basement
28 St. Louis, Mo. @ Blueberry Hill
29 Kansas City, Mo. @ The Record Bar
2 Ozark, Ark. @ Wakarusa Festival