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In the wake of one of the most diverse and energetic bands Denver had ever seen Fatwater comes a new band that may have old fans scratching their heads yet they still love. After a move to San Francisco and various incarnations of bands Trainkisser was born from their love of heavy riffs being spoiled by the same old heavy guitar sound and the drummer pounding away as per usual. They decided to throw it all out and go back to more of a front porch approach but still with same intensity and odd writing style that were always known for. They threw out drums amps and let all the harmonics of the songs they had always written breath a fresh breath of air into their music. Instead of drums we have found a wooden box played by Ben Shamash that we love dearly, a little bass from Koa Stephens, dorbro guitar by Erik Dyba, and all the Voice you could ever hope for from Judson Parks Harper make more sound than we ever could have imagined and has inspired the best material they have ever written!