Americana folk-rock duo, Briscoe, is touring in support of their debut album, West of It All, which was released on Sept. 15 via ATO Records. They’re bringing the tour to Nashville’s The Basement on Oct. 11.
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The following is from a release about the band:
West of It All is a coming-of-age soundtrack set against the backdrop of Texas Hill Country with a fresh twang sound. Written in Texas and recorded in North Carolina, it’s an album that charts its own musical geography, with production from Grammy nominee Brad Cook (Bon Iver, Waxahatchee, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats) and adventurous songwriting that bridges the gap between classic American roots music and its modern-day incarnation. I really love this album and think it’s worth a listen.
Briscoe is Truett Heintzelman and Philip Lupton. Formed at the University of Texas at Austin, Briscoe quickly went from college gigs to selling out Antone’s and the Continental Club Gallery. As the duo continued to perform and grow their fanbase, a wider audience began to take notice. They soon opened shows for Noah Kahan and Ruston Kelly and were selected for dates with Zach Bryan and Caamp. And after recently graduating from UT, Briscoe has a packed touring summer, filled with festivals alongside some of music’s biggest names on Bonnaroo, Winnetka Music Festival, FairWell Festival, Catbird Music Festival, Iron Blossom Music Festival and more.
Photo credit: Philip Lupton