Tin Horn Prayer, an alumnus of FreeMusicFirst.org, and its six members play a brand of rock and roll that has as much Tom Waits in it as it does today’s gruff-punk. Meanwhile, Rob Huddleston, the frontman of the adored Ann Beretta and his solo project, Foundation, brings a more stripped-down, acoustic element to the split.
The Tin Horn Prayer side of the split was recorded at Denver’s very own Black In Bluhm with Chris Fogal (The Gamits, TAUN TAUN).
“We share many of the same influences but sound very different,” Huddleston says of Tin Horn Prayer. “We have similar song writing themes and styles but fairly different execution. I think for me it’s also an opportunity to have my music heard by a new audience and I hope to be able to do the same for them.”
The split will contain two songs from each band. For Tin Horn Prayer, the split contains two songs from an upcoming full-length titled Grapple the Rails, which the band recently finished recording. For Huddleston, the split is one of many smaller releases that will see over three albums of recently recorded material making its way to the public.
You can stream the Tin Horn Prayer side of the split HERE on Ninebullets.net.
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