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Red Legs began two years ago when Alex and Logan decided to try their hand at making serious and credible music. With acoustic guitars and influences abound, the two wrote and wrote and wrote. A slew of melodies and fresh sounds emerged from their sonic pages. The songs rang out as true, simplistic, and primal odes to life, adventure, and experience. The duo craved more however; they knew they needed help capturing their passion sonically. They had to get louder. Much louder
They added Tim O’Connor’s spastic and technical percussion as well as Trevor Yake’s smart, virtuoso abilities on bass. The four now had the means to portray hungry rock and roll at a time where its existence was a rarity. The released their first EP, "Can You Hear Me?" in the winter of 2012 and began playing any and everywhere possible; West Michigan became their playground.
Late spring of 2013, the group was ready to release a more profound and solid record. "The Take All" EP was released that July. The sonic structure of the record ranged from brash punk rock, to somber eclectics. Songs like Sabertooth and Backburner reach for primal acts of hatred, fear, with fast-handed riffs and thumping rhythms. Tracks like Wasted, Ignite, and The Take All, relish in painful realizations of loss and contempt in slow builds and grand finales. There is even historical illusions in King’s Stones’ ancient tale of the Iron Age. Every song is backed with stringent bass-lines, brave percussion, and perfectly adorned guitars. No matter what this band is singing about, you will feel a part of it.
The Take All EP encompasses just what Red Legs is: hard, passionate, rock. The four are currently playing every venue they can, bleeding their passion onto every stage and in front of every audience. Discover, Listen, Purchase their music here: