Drop that attitude that holds you back. Drop that attitude that holds you from that love. Drop that attitude that props you up for the unknown. Grasp that darkness within yourself and embrace who you are – who you are not – who you can be – what you can be to the people you know. Oldermost’s fantastic rock anthem of a folk pronouncement to the what IS and what YOU believe it defines, is a culmination of worth, and the self designation to life and the future.
This song is fantastic.
We feel as though this song is destined to be in an epic feel good movie, distributed through out the continental US, delivering the message of tolerance and expectation of what’s good about what’s OUT THERE.
New album ‘How Could You Ever Be The Same?’drops July 13.
This tantalizing serving of rhythm, guitar, soul, and vocals galore is what we (the public) dreams of listening to. We all have hard days, confusing days, and distracting days. But at the end of that day (the day) we’re here, and we exist. Just like lead-singer Bradford Bucknum’s vocal theatrics and tumbling, that makes our listening hearts soar.
Spread your wings why don’t ya??
Just like the Albatross driving through the pains of the Atlantic Ocean, never swept, always steady. There’s a destination IN ALL OF US.
We squint going through life, but that doesn’t mean our eyes are closed.
There are sprays of ocean that distract you, but we forge ahead.
This current upcoming album is an all-star Philadelphia collaboration, which was self-produced by the band and mixed by Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs, Allison Crutchfield) and mastered by Ryan Schwabe (The Districts, Big Thief, Hop Along).
Experience this extravaganza of a song, with its wit and humor, layered in truisms and lessons we can hold.
Kudos, for sure.
Upcoming Oldermost Tour Dates
7/19 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brendas (album release show)
7/21 – New York, NY – Rockwood Music Hall