"The Sometimes Boys are an experimental folk band who deserve to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. To me, the thematic cohesiveness of the album elevates this ambitious music to a true artistry that isn’t usually found among singers — folk or otherwise. This is one of the more adventurous albums I’ve heard all year." -www.adobeandteardrops.blogspot.com
Founded in 2010 by vocalist Sarah Mucho and guitarist Kurt Leege, The Sometime Boys have quickly leapt to the forefront of the urban roots music scene in New York. Featuring succinct songwriting, they blend elements of bluegrass, country, folk, gospel and zydeco into a unique, refreshing Americana sound. Framing the elegance of MAC award winning vocalist Sarah Mucho is an intricate canvas of violin, guitar and keyboard brushstrokes and a soulful rhythm section that won't quit. After recording their debut album, 'Any Day Now' in 2010, The Sometime Boys added Pete O'Connell on upright bass, Jay Cowit on drums and Rebecca Weiner Tompkins on violin and have since been tearing it up on the New York scene.
The Sometime Boys are pleased to announce their second studio album, 'Ice and Blood'. It was released on May 31, 2012 to a sold out Manhattan audience. Expanding on the sound established on their first album 'Any Day Now', 'Ice and Blood' unfolds a much more expansive sound stage, with powerful individual performances and sophisticated arrangements. You can find them performing live all over the NY area, particularly on the first Friday of each month at Branded Saloon in Brooklyn. Visit www.thesometimeboys.com to see the full show calendar.