Back in September we reviewed Reverend Mothers’ show with Yellabird in Boston, and to be honest, we kind of raved about them. Back then, we said their live performance elicited images of the late CBGBs, beer stained floors in your favorite punk rock dive, and graffiti filled walls calling out your youth. A feeling of nostalgia for an age that I’d never personally been a part of. When a band can have that kind of impact, you don’t just forget about them.
Today, we’re ecstatic to bring you the premiere of Reverend Mothers’ latest album, Scorched Earth, Part 1: The Rover, part one of a concept album the band is planning. It packs a mean punch, and just as much as those old rock ‘n roll images flooded my mind when seeing them live, the album is a gritty reminder that rock ‘n roll is alive and well. And I couldn’t be more excited to have Reverend Mothers representing Boston. Check out the album below, and if you’re in Boston, catch their album release show on March 1st at Copperfields w/ the equally incredible Yellabird, and Parks & Castles. You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
*Album artwork by Brandon @expiringsun.com
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