The Devil Makes Three launches tour to support new album
Inspired by the countless hours they've spent logging miles while touring the world, the Devil Makes Three's new album, I'm a Stranger Here, is itself about to hit the road.
The fourth full-length studio album by Brattleboro, Vermont, natives Peter Bernhard, Lucia Turino, and Cooper McBean, follows in the band's distinctive tradition of merging rockabilly, country, folk, and bluegrass. Think of it as uproarious folk music with a sometimes dark edge.
"We bend genres pretty hard," Bernhard, who is also the group's lead singer, says of the the Devil Makes Three's sound.
Fans of the infectious trio, which features Bernhard on guitar, Turino on upright bass and McBean on guitar and tenor banjo, know to wear shoes appropriate to the band's foot-stomping to their live shows.
Kicking off their tour on Oct. 30 at E Town Hall in Boulder, Colorado, the group will hit 23 cities by the end of December. A full list of dates and venues can be found at their website.
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