"Though it clearly owes to 1960s and '70s rock and pop, The Woodgrains' self-titled new sophomore record, which the band describes as "a lot riffier" than its predecessor, is an impressively original outing. The Woodgrains finds the longhaired Athens-via-Waycross trio tightening up the psychedelic, Southern-tinged, Zep-heavy rock and roll sound it introduced on last year's From Marshall, to Venita." - Gabe Vodicka (Flagpole Magazine)
The Woodgrains are a three-piece band that thrives on distinct three-part harmonies and sounds reminiscent of the goldener days: psychedelic, Southern-tinged, Zep-heavy rock and roll -- a nostalgia-tinged brand of lysergic folk-rock -- a band that sounds like a band, not a songwriter, not a recording project.
After relocating from the murky depths of the Okefenokee Swamp, the trio has constantly been working towards establishing The Woodgrains as a prominent musical figure in the Classic City (Athens, GA) and across all borders beyond.
The Woodgrains are gearing up for a summer tour!