Label: Feed Dog Records
Bio: Souther Still formed in London in autumn 2001 with a handful of songs and a couple of acoustic guitars. Although London based, the band is an anglo/kiwi/irish mix, revealed in music rooted in an equally broad range of styles - folk, americana/country and blues.
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Souther Still play 'Come Down and Meet the Folks' this Sunday afternoon http://rvrb.fm/R7iwQ2
“What's this, Americana out of Britain that sounds as good as the real thing? The third album from Souther Still might just be (and certainly should be)the one that brings them beyond the critical and cult attention they'd captured from the beginning.Yes, frontman Bradley Putze come over like Grant Lee Phillips in Grant Lee Buffalo's pomp - hell 'Disappointment Island' and 'Hang On' could have held their own alongside anything on Fuzzy or Mighty Joe Moon. His voice on the slow burning stuff makes you feel safe and scared all at once. And when Souther Still rock out they rock out just like Neil Young (tell me you wouldn't like to hear old Shakey do a 'Ghost In The Neighborhood'). Seriously cool.”