EP Review: Cedar Teeth's "Farewell to Green Mountain"

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EP Review: Cedar Teeth's "Farewell to Green Mountain"

Though they come from just outside of Portland, Cedar Teeth has a much more rustic, rural sound than the big city. Finding inspiration from the Cascade foothills and the wilderness, the five band members evoke a roots-y sound. 

The band, named after the house where the band and their friends would often meet, will release their new EP “Farewell to Green Mountain” at the beginning of next month. The EP is filled with folk-inspired guitar riffs and raspy vocals reminiscent of Mumford and Sons. 

Cedar Teeth bend genres, exploring everything from indie rock to bluegrass. And it’s clear they find inspiration in everything they do. Their songs are emotionally driven and take the listener along for the ride. 

- Lou Flesh

Sounds Like: Blitzen Trapper, The Head and the Heart, Fruition

Release date: June 9th 

Release concert: @ Mississippi Studios in Portland, OR


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