We are pleased to bring you the latest full-length from The Woolly Bushmen, In Shambles. 

With their  latest release In Shambles, Orlando-based garage rock band The Woolly Bushmen take us back in time with a class, rockabilly album that’s perfect fr the beginning of summer. 

Known for their use of vintage organs and fuzzy guitar riffs, The Woolly Bushmen craft an impeccable sense of place in the eleven tracks of In Shambles. The three-piece seem to have tapped into the very essence of 50s and 60s rock, infusing it with their own sprinkle of soul and swagger, and the result is positively delicious.

After listening to In Shambles, you’ll wonder just how The Woolly Bushmen remain relatively unknown and how long that could possibly last. Though the three-piece flexes their creative imagination throughout the album’s varied tracks, they maintain an impressive clarity of voice in this latest offering. Rather than rely on gimmicks and mimicry, The Woolly Bushmen are modern rockabilly done right: gritty, in-your-face, and unquestionably irresistible. This album and this band are not ones to be missed.

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Addison is reviews and online news editor for New Noise. She specializes in metal, queer issues, and dog cuddles.

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