the Hardin Draw

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With backgrounds in everything from metal to rockabilly, The Hardin Draw came together as just an experiment.  You can hear heavy influence by Mumford and Sons, with hints of The Fleet Foxes in their acoustics be them from the spliced mandolin, guitars, upright, lap steel, banjos, washboards and Nikki Oliff’s accordion. Or by their collective voices that harmonize in angelic fashion (or at least monk-ish), giving away their similar sounds to the mentioned comparisons but with the band members offering a more Gothic approach to this form of music instrumentally and lyrically.

The band recently entered the studio with Producer and Grammy-nominated musician Morgan Jahnig of Old Crow Medicine Show to record their latest album, “Burn This Town,” which will be released digitally on December 9, 2014, with subsequent CD and LP formats in the months to follow.

This band, originating in Tennessee, has toured all the way from New York to New Orleans, the city which inspired the single “Southern Queen” from their latest release.

The Hardin Draw is a classic “do it yourself” band that has recently joined with Roots Union Records, a division of Muddy Roots Music, to make this release a reality.