imported to the Pacific NW from the open sky of Wyoming, a lone boy reconciles acoustic sound, open space, digital effects, and tight house beats. proving that one man can bring the energy of a whole band, a lurid fascination with loop machines, acoustic guitars, original composition, creative song covers, beat-box, and mixers finally led to a shoeless phonic epiphany that is the barefoot band.
with one EP release in 2012 (Gas Money For Austin) through a diy label from Missoula, MT, the barefoot band entered the world of professional recording with a mighty howl...only to realize there are a million other recordings out there. now, if you tip him, he'll totally give you an EP for free. the act's first full-length album, Broken Things, recorded and put out with the help of Jack Records in Missoula, MT, will be available in December of 2013. That one will cost you $10, but $2 of each sale benefits the Music Tech program at Sheridan College, a junior college in the barefoot band's hometown of Sheridan, WY. the rest of that $10 will totally go towards feeding the band and Jack Records' CEO, Linda Robert Bonestorm (a.k.a. Kyle Davenport), for a week. we thank you for splurging to support our pasta habits.
bare your feet, bare your soul.