"This is top-notch roots rock”—Beehive Candy
“A gloriously grand new EP”—WXPN 88.5FM
“The album finds the band in fine form”—London Music Hall
PHILADELPHIA, PA – December 4, 2017 – Philadelphia roots rockers Hoots & Hellmouth will celebrate the release of Uneasy Pieces, their debut EP on The Giving Groove, with a hometown performance on December 15 at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer.
Uneasy Pieces, the sixth release by Hoots & Hellmouth, edges toward rock and soul with grit and grace. The band’s signature bluesy Americana sound forms the foundation, layered with fuzzy, reverb-y guitar and warm organ, offering easygoing grooves and upbeat hooks that belie the tension beneath. The album is released in limited-edition, hand-numbered black vinyl; MP3 and WAV downloads are available at thegivingroove.com.
In advance of the show, the band premieres a lyric video for its new single, "Down Part of Town," directed and produced by John Hutelmyer.
View/Share: “Down Part of Town” Lyric Video
Following The Giving Groove’s “artist-friendly, socially conscious” model, Hoots & Hellmouth will donate half of all album proceeds to Rock to the Future, a 501(c)3 organization founded in 2010 that provides music education for Philadelphia’s underserved youth, at no cost to them or their families. Rock to the Future aims to empower individuals and strengthen communities through programs that ignite passion and creativity, support academic achievement, and improve self-esteem.
Hoots & Hellmouth show tickets are available at TicketOffices.com; for album review copies, band interviews, event press list opportunities, and more, contact Chandra Lynn of Glow Marketing at email@example.com or call 650-464-5708.
High-res band photos and album art HERE
Hoots & Hellmouth
ABOUT THE GIVING GROOVE
The Giving Groove is a full-service independent record label based in Philadelphia. Operating under the motto “artist-friendly, socially conscious,” The Giving Groove was founded in 2015 by musicians and studio owners with the mission to help artists realize their musical vision while giving back to the community. Under the Giving Groove model, half of all album proceeds after taxes go to the artist, and half are donated to a music-related 501(C)3 nonprofit of the artist’s choice. For more information, visit http://thegivinggroove.limitedrun.com.