Green Mohair Suits – Wooden Duck

GMS Wood Duck AlbumAustralia’s favourite purveyors of “garage grass” Green Mohair Suits release their third album Wooden Duck today before their  tour takes them to east-coast venues as grassroots, eclectic and off the beaten track are they are.

Along with the album release, are two brand new videos – for album tracks ‘With You I Feel Like I Have Nothing to Hide’ and ‘Open Door Metaphor’. These are out now, with more (including some ingenious covers) to be released via the band’s social media while they’re on the road.

Green Mohair Suits, originally a rag-tag bunch of blokes lining up some instruments for a Gram Parson tribute show, have established themselves. Today they are  as a force to be reckoned with, pushing against the preconception of country and bluegrass music as much as they embrace it.

Band members Brian Campeau, Richard Cuthbert, Jason Mannell, and Ben RomalisIt’s say that this is a benchmark album for the good friends – despite being seven-odd years into the band’s history, Wooden Duck feels like their first real album: the first time all four songwriters have shared the songwriting, writing together but separately, writing just for one another, and allowing their individual and quite varying styles to shine.

Without question, Green Mohair Suits have released a stellar record, their musicianship and vocal harmonies are fantastic and the songwriting is inspiring. A killer album.

Wooden Duck Album Tour:

Fri 19 Sep – South Side Tea Room, Morningside, QLD
Sat 20 Sep – Cardigan Bar, Sandgate QLD
Sun 21 Sep – The End, West End QLD
Wed 24 Sept – Mother’s Milk, Sawtell NSW
Thu 25 Sep – Cafe 2340, Tamworth NSW
Fri 26 Sep – The Lass O’Gowrie, Wickham, Newcastle NSW
Sun 28 Sep – Grand Junction Hotel [The Junkyard], Maitland NSW
Fri 3 Oct – Tanswells Commercial Hotel – Beechworth, VIC
Sat 4 Oct – Paynesville Wine Bar, Vic
Sun 5 Oct – Bruthen Inn Hotel, Bruthen VIC
Fri 10 Oct – Smith’s Alternative Bookstore, Canberra ACT
Sat 11 Oct – The Vanguard, Newtown NSW
Sun 12 Oct – Modus Operandi Brewery, Mona Vale NSW

2014 Dorrigo Bluegrass Festival Catch Up

Chris Henry & Hardcore Grass

Chris Henry & the Hardcore Grass

The 2014 13th Annual Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival is shaping up to be one of the best yet we are told. They have announced an exceptional line-up and some new surprises in store. Like many successful festivals, organisers plan improvements each year to improve on previous years. This year appears to be no exception.

This year the festival organisers will be extending the scope of The Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival by featuring more brilliant performers from the USA – home of Bluegrass and Old-Time mountain music, adding their extra dimension of experience and authenticity to the mix.

As well as the Main Pavillion Stage, the recently renovated Luncheon Pavillion Stage, and the “Tallowood Venue”, we will also have a new “Mini Big Top” Circus Tent Venue, allowing for more intimate acoustic performances, and more “blackboard spot” opportunities.

Some of the acts announced so far include:

Sutphin & Bond

Kirk Sutphin & Eddie Bond.

Chris Henry and the Hardcore Grass. A band that has risen quickly to become one of the most popular bluegrass groups in Nashville. Chris Henry has been described by the International Bluegrass Music Association as the premiere Monroe-style mandolinist of his generation. After receiving a Song of the Year nomination for writing the song “Walkin’ West to Memphis”, his skill as a songwriter has been receiving national attention as well.

Hardrive Bluegrass Band. This is one of Australia’s foremost traditional Bluegrass bands, playing standard bluegrass repertoire as well as Australian Original songs and tunes in a hard driving bluegrass style.

Kirk Sutphin and Eddie Bond. Here are two Masters of Old-Time Fidldle and Banjo. They hailing from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and steeped in the Round Peak, Galax and Mt Airy Old-Time music styles and traditions. Kirk Sutphin and Eddie Bond aquired their nickname while travelling around the US with the acclaimed “Music from the Crooked Road: Mountain Music of Virginia” and the “Roots of American Music” Tours. They seemed to pop up in so many of the tour’s musical line-ups that the other performers began to jokingly call them The Stage Hogs. Now they have made the name official…

Colin O’Brien, who playfully delights his audiences with catchy melodies, groovy rhythms, soulful lyrics, fancy footwork and old time hat tricks. His banjo, fiddle and guitar playing, percussive dancing, and lyrics all express an earnest regard for the traditional, natural and true. His music is informed by the past and speaks to the present.

Here is a short video documentary that captures the essence and atmosphere of the Dorrigo Folk and Bluegrass Festival produced by Kelly Stoner:

MountainGrass Acts Announced

ABOTMAThe team at ABOTMA Inc have announced this year’s line up for National MountainGrass Festival scheduled for Harrietville  on the 14th -16th November, 2014. This event is Australia’s national bluegrass and old-time music festival nestled in the gorgeous foothills of Mount Hotham in the amazingly picturesque Alpine Shire.

The Harrietville festival almost failed in 2013 as organisers of some past 20 years walked away, leaving a bewildered township, business community and hundreds of bluegrass and old-time music enthusiasts wondering what was had happened. All was not lost however. The townsfolk rallied; the bluegrass and old-time community closed ranks and all forged on with a new Australasian Bluegrass and Old Time Music Association Incorporated, determined to keep the hugely popular annual festival alive. The result sees the second annual festival now well into planning with the release of its artist line up for this year.

Artistic Director George Jackson has had a mammoth – and quite unenviable – task of evaluating more than 50 applications for just 20 performance places.

LachlanThe ABOTMA Executive Committee is extremely proud of the tireless work that our Artistic Director George Jackson has put in to create this year’s program. In the the early stages of festival development, it was an incredibly difficult task with more than 50 applications for limited performance space for around 20 acts. So we are very excited with his choices for this year;s event especially the balance between the number of new and younger acts along with the audience favourites in some of our more well established acts - Lachlan Davidson, President ABOTMA Inc. 

MountainGrass Line-up:

Special Consensus
The Flying Emus
Lonesome Still
String Theories
Little Rabbit
The Davidson Bros
Pipi Pickers
Old South
Coolgrass
Bluegrass Parkway
Appalachian Heaven
Karen Lynne
The Company
Fat Cousin Skinny
Flying Engine Stringband
Pete Denahy
One Up, Two Down
Chris Henry & the Hard Core Grass
Harman and Hellens
Banjo Boys


About ABOTMA Inc.
The Australasian Bluegrass & Old Time Music Association was founded in Harrietville on 27 April 2013, at the site where, for more than 20 years, musicians have gathered to play and share music at the foot of the Snowy Mountains of Northern Victoria.ABOTMA has commenced building affiliations with bluegrass & old time music organisations, teachers, and performers within the region and internationally, and in particular with the USA where these music forms originated. Over time, an Australasian ‘flavour’ will no doubt develop as the music evolves through local influences. The broad mission of ABOTMA Inc. is to support the teaching, performance, and promotion of bluegrass & old time music.
ABOTMA aims to support the:

  • sponsoring and coordinating workshops, masterclasses, and music seminars
  • organising performances by bands and solo artists in urban and rural concerts and festivals
  • awarding scholarships and prizes for achievements in bluegrass & old time music
  • cooperating and collaborating with affiliated music organisations.

ABOTMA Memberships are now open and cost just $25.00 for a single member and $50.00 for a double membership. A 3-Day pass to MountainGrass will cost you $115.00 or if you are an ABOTMA Member just $85.00.

Casey Dreissen On Tour in Oz 2014

Casey DreissenMajor festivals and events in Australia invariable provide the opportunity for international artists to travel to and tour parts of Australia. This is the case with the Sunshine Fiddle Camp scheduled for next month on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

Casey Driessen one of the featured guests at this year’s camp has spent his career pushing the boundaries of fiddle music and has been touring with The Flecktones, Tim O’Brien, and Darrell Scott, and opening for the Zac Brown Band.

Driessen’s captivating live shows see music created by assembling musical parts like a musical Dr. Frankenstein. Driessen draws on a number of wide-ranging influences from Tom Waits to Stevie Wonder to jazz violinist Stuff Smith. He’s particularly drawn to the improvisational elements of bebop, the groove of R&B, and percussion rich global cultures. Driessen’s continued interest in percussion has also led to the creation of Fiddle/Sticks, an ongoing audio and video project in which he collaborates with drummers like Jamey Haddad, Kenny Malone, and Futureman.

Though the Grammy-nominated Driessen has participated in several genre-blending ventures, including Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn’s Sparrow Quartet, at his core, he is a bluegrass fiddler, albeit one who honed his skills at Berklee College of Music.

Casey Driessen is a rather funky fellow….Music-wise, you might call him the heir to Vassar Clements in that he too, straddles the line between roots and jazz. If you’ve ever seen Driessen perform live you’ll swear his violin plays him - Nashville Scene.

Casey Driessen is touring Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane:

Applications for Academy of Country Music

ACCMThe number one Country Music Program in Australia is now seeking applications from Unsigned and Independent Artists.

Applications are open for: singer/ songwriters, traditional and new country music artists and instrumentalists.

Celebrating 18 successful years the Academy of Country Music is scheduled again in 2015. The Academy is the largest and most credible country music program for unsigned and independent artists in Australia and has resulted in many major success stories from previous Students including: Jessica Mauboy, Brooke and Samantha McClymont, Drew McAlister, Adam Eckersley, Amber Lawrence, Ashleigh Dallas, Kaylee Bell, as well as 2014 X Factor contestants The Brothers 3, Caitlyn Shadbolt and The Davidson Brothers Hamish and Lachlan.

After a highly successful transition to the summer festival period in 2014, The 2015 program will be made up of four distinct streams. Singer/songwriter streams for Junior and Senior artists, instrumental and the renowned parent stream. As always the exclusive program has limited places on offer with the Academy only offering 21 positions per stream. This is the place to be to learn all the ins and outs of the country music industry as well as fine tune your performance skills.

The Academy of Country Music’s intensive course covers every aspect of building a country music career from Songwriting through to performance, vocals, harmony singing, instrumental work, chart writing and video and record production. Students will also cover industry building modules such as digital marketing, managing your career, working with the media, social media, publishing, management, working with venues and many other aspects.

The students will be led and mentored by industry leading professionals over the course of the program and have the opportunity to bond and network with other students from all over Australia whilst perfecting their musical skills.

All students will come together on the 15th and 16th of January 2015 to showcase their talent to the industry, family and friends in the prestigious Capitol Theatre, Tamworth.

The Academy of Country Music gives vital recognition, exposure and development opportunities to Australian and New Zealand country music artists who are ready to take the next step in their career. Artists that make it through the application process are selected and judged by some of the Country Music Industry’s finest.

Artists wishing to apply to one of the streams can do so online at www.academycountrymusic.com.au. Places are filling fast.

  • Junior – Under 18 (Runs over 1 week) Starts January 9th 2015.
  • Senior – Over 18 (Runs over 2 weeks) Starts January 3rd 2015.
  • Instrumentalists – interested in working as arrangers, producers, session players and performers in concert bands (Runs over 2 weeks) Starts January 3rd 2015.
  • Parent – Accompanying a junior student at the academy (Runs over 1 week) Starts January 9th 2015.

Applications Now Open – www.academycountrymusic.com.au.

John Bridgland on John Liddy.

John Liddy BookJohn Bridgland’s recent publication Bending Maple, Carving Spruce has been released this week. We caught up with John to ask what motivated the publication on South Australian mandolin and guitar luthier, Mr John Liddy.

Why a book about a man who only spent 13 years working as a luthier?
In the Australian bluegrass and roots scene most pickers don’t know much about local luthiers, so this one addresses John Liddy’s legacy. In Adelaide in recent years there had been a trio of great luthiers working on the main instruments in the bluegrass genre until John died in September 2013. The other two are still very much alive and kicking: Alan Funk, banjos, and Bryan De Gruchy, guitars. Both still make awesome quality instruments. Although John didn’t have the same long-term profile as Alan and Bryan (both about 35 years in the craft) his instruments quickly elevated him into the top tier of South Australian luthiers.

You’ve previously written a book about Bryan De Gruchy?
Yes – and for the same reason. But given John Liddy’s relatively short career, I wasn’t planning writing about him. However, his sudden death last year prompted me to gather as much as I could about his work, his views and his instruments. His family was very generous in giving me access to his records and photos, and I was able to pull together several interview transcripts, one in 2003 and another in 2008, which are fascinating in hindsight. I have been concerned to catalogue the life of one of South Australia’s great luthiers who, without this book, will almost certainly be totally forgotten as the decades pass.

What was it about John’s work that promoted you to write?
John started luthiery late in his working life, and the book describes how challenging it was for him to get going. The book might be the only Australian resource on the market today that reveals what one needs to do to start such a business and succeed in making jazz guitars and bluegrass mandolins. John chose to make arch-top style instruments, which are the most challenging to craft, and he has been the only South Australian to do so, at a very high quality level, in the past 50 years. His output, 20 guitars and 40 mandolins, was small, but it was very good. He set a very high standard, and so far there’s no sign of anyone following in his footsteps.

What is you own background with the mandolin and writing books?
I’ve been a blues and bluegrass musician for 40 years and when I changed from being a bluegrass guitarist to a mandolinist (in 1994), that was around the time John Liddy was looking to change his wood-working career towards instrument crafting. He didn’t start making mandolins until 2000, so when I was looking around for a better mandolin (in 2005), John’s F5s were locally available and very tempting. By the time I bought a Liddy F5 mandolin, I’d been playing bluegrass as a mandolinist for 11 years and had seen and played some pretty good instruments. As for writing, I’ve been a journalist and editor since the 1980s. I enjoy writing as much as I enjoy picking.

Mr John Liddy

Mr John Liddy

What can we expect to read in the book?
I begin with an essay titled: ‘Feeding the Australian jazz and the hillbilly market – the short career and contribution of a unique South Australian luthier’ which looks back on John Liddy’s visits to bluegrass festivals over about 10 years at which I too had been present. In my view much has changed over that time about those gatherings. John was working during a really interesting period that, in some respects, isn’t the same any more. Then I discuss the two aspects of John’s output: ‘the jazz business’ – about John’s crafting of jazz guitars for the Australian jazz fraternity, and ‘the bluegrass business’ – about John’s exploration of building F and A model mandolins. Each chapter reflects on the origins of the Gibson L5 Gibson guitar and the F5 mandolin, and why, so many years later, there are luthiers who dedicate their lives to replicating the quality of those ‘classic’ models that emerged early last century. There are also observations on the business of Australian luthiery, and an overview of the decade 2000 to about 2010 during which the values of mandolins boomed until the GFC. It also saw a change in player demographics as the older pickers began giving way to younger, roots-focused, players who don’t follow the repertoires of Bill Monroe or Flatt and Scruggs or the Stanley Brothers as the earlier generation did.

Additionally, and appropriately, there’s a detailed appendix revealing his instrument models, sales numbers and specifications, for collectors in the future.

I note that you have included Steve Gilchrist in your writing – why does he figure in the John Liddy story?

John Bridgland

John Bridgland

Most Australian luthiers know each other and have seen each other’s work. Steve gets into the story because, having crafted great mandolins (and guitars) since the early 1980s, in my opinion he’s the standard against which all other luthiers around his age might be judged. Steve had to climb some challenging mountains when he started, although his US experience gave him a super-charged head start. By comparison, and being a non-player, John Liddy had a more difficult struggle to succeed. But his drive and passion for luthiery allowed him to go a long way in a relatively short period. Other younger luthiers might take a leaf out of his book – and aspire to achieve as much as Steve Gilchrist has in 35 years.

Who’s the book (and CD) targeted at?
Musicians, the retail and wholesale music market, other Australian luthiers – or anyone who might want to consider beginning a business making instruments for the Australian market. More obviously, of course, for any owner of a Liddy guitar or mandolin, it’s a revealing glimpse of the man who made their instrument, how he became a luthier and the legacy he left.

How much is the CD?
It’s $25 including postage in Australia and features colour photos of some of John’s great instruments. There’s also a tiny print run of (more expensive) spiral-bound ‘coffee table’ books with glossy colour photos. Enquiries to jbeditor@senet.com.au or phone Adelaide (08) 8211 8766 during business hours.

Bending Maple, Carving Spruce – John Liddy

John Bridgland

John Bridgland

John Liddy, South Australian mandolin luthier.

South Australian author and publisher, John Bridgland has announced the release of his next book on South Australian craftsmen. His previous work followed South Australia’s premier flat-top guitar luthier, Bryan De Gruchy. His next project catalogues John Liddy’s brief but significant contribution to South Australian luthiery between 1996 and 2010.

This work features observations on the Australian string-music era during which he worked, his guitar and mandolin styles, his business approach, the luthiery challenges and his views about the craft. It also puts into perspective the evolution of the famous L5 guitar and the F5 mandolin and the Australian challenge, many decades later, to reproduce that high standard.

John was a late entrant to luthiery. He approached a challenging craft with great skill and left a small legacy of fine instruments prized by jazz and bluegrass musicians across Australia, and beyond.

Here is a brief look at the books content:

  • Feeding the Australian jazz and hillbilly market the short career and contribution of a unique South Australian luthier
  • John and the jazz business
  • John and the bluegrass business
  • About John Liddy:
    • The luthiery business
    • The life business Interviews: 2003, 2008

Also featured in appendices:

  • The craft
  • The serial numbers
  • Guitar and mandolin
  • styles and specifications
  • Early website detail
  • References

A unique collectors’ reference, especially for those who own one of Mr Liddy’s finely crafted instruments.

ISBN 978-0-646-92282-9
Author and publisher: John Bridgland
Email contact: jbeditor@senet.com.au
Mail contact: Unit 5, 274 Ward Street, North Adelaide SA 5006.

Making Music In Manjimup

The Company

The Company – Qld.

Things are coming together for the music weekend in Manjimup in Western Australia.

Manjimup a small township is just 307 km south of Perth, in the beautiful south-west corner of Western Australia. It is indeed a land rich in forests, abundant fresh water, rich soils and astounding landscapes.

The early settlers of Manjimup rejoiced in the potential wealth of their land and went on to create their future with the axe, plough and the sweat of their brows. the town of Manjimup is now the vibrant cultural legacy left by this rich pioneer history.

Manjimup has a population of around 5,000 and is the regional centre for the Warren and Blackwood Valleys, providing all the facilities you would expect of a small regional community, including an airport.


The Making Music In Manjimup weekend is scheduled for Fri 3rd to Sun 5th Oct.


This year’s festival features Queensland based band The Company made up of  George Jackson (fiddle/banjo), Michael Patrick (mandolin/fiddle), Markus Karlsen (bass) and Jamie Clarke (guitar).

There is a variety of workshops planned for children during the day one of which is a Bluegrass style Rhyme Time for little children at the Manjimup Library.

The festival programme also features a series of craft classes and new this year are healthy cooking classes sponsored by LiveLighter an initiative undertaken by The Heart Foundation WA in partnership with the Cancer Council of WA.

Want to feel confident at a bluegrass jam session? Why not do a learn to jam workshops with Greg McGrath from Jam Camps Australia. Greg ran a very successful jam camp here in Manjimup in 2013 and plans are underway for another camp in 2015.

Gregory McGrath

Greg McGrath – Jamcamps Australia

There will also be music workshops for newbies and beginner players.

Dance workshops and theatre workshops are possible.

Do you play bluegrass music and would like to perform – let us know via our website.

This year’s programme to-date includes:

Friday 3rd October -

  • Craft classes
  • Healthy cooking lasses
  • Music Workshops and demonstrations
  • Old Time Dance with Caddam Wood

Saturday 4th October -

  • Harmony Singing workshop – The Company
  • Instrument workshops with The Company
  • Learn to jam bluegrass style.
  • The Company in concert from 7:00pm

Sunday 5th October -

  • Gospel SingOut – 10.00 St Martins Church
  • Kids on Cushions @ the Roundhouse with The Company
  • Bluegrass Jamming in the park with Greg McGrath

The program is still being developed with loads of additional performances, workshops and activities.

Please come along, you are most welcome. We’d love you to be apart of our 2014 Making Music in Manjimup weekend on 3rd to 5th October this year.

2014 Sunshine Fiddle Camp

Casey Driessen

Casey Driessen

The 2014 Sunshine Fiddle Camp is scheduled for 24th to 29th Sep. at the Alexandra Park Conference Centre.

The program will feature

  •  a cello and fiddle-five day
  •  world-class tutors experienced in performance, composition, arranging and improvisation for the advanced and intermediate players
  •  separate class’s for those that wish to take learning at a slower pace
  •  A class just for the kids.
  •  if you started the Violin a long time ago, or just always wanted to play the fiddle, here is your chance. A beginner class that will get you started or restarted on the fiddle.

Casey Driessen has spent his career pushing the boundaries of fiddle music. With the release of his third album, The Singularity, the 34- year old virtuoso proves that the possibilities of one man, one five-string fiddle, and one pedal board are endless.

Ariel Friedman

Ariel Friedman

The Singularity, Driessen’s third record, is a solo album in every sense of the word the only sounds listeners hear are created by the looping of fiddle and voice. It was self recorded and self- produced at his home studio. In between touring with The Flecktones, Tim O’Brien, and Darrell Scott, and opening for the Zac Brown Band.

George Jackson

George Jackson

The Grammy-nominated Driessen has participated in several genre-blending ventures, including Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn’s Sparrow Quartet, at his core, he is a bluegrass fiddler, albeit one who honed his skills at Berklee College of Music.

Ariel Friedman is a multi-genre trailblazing cellist, and one of few musicians to be challenging the boundaries of cello-playing. She graduated with a Masters of Music in Contemporary Improvisation from New England Conservatory in 2011.

A winner of ASTA’s 2009 Alternative Styles Award, Ariel is steeped in the music of American roots traditions, early jazz and a broad range of classical repertoire. She performs regularly with her sister as Boston’s Americana sister act “Ari and Mia”, Ari has also toured internationally with Scottish National Fiddle champion Hanneke Cassel, has performed with the Boston Symphony group “Classical Tangent,” and maintains a solid footing in the classical world.
She is a sought after educator and has taught at music camps and programs from New England to New Zealand.

George Jackson performs throughout Australia with his bands “The Company”, “One Up, Two Down. He was recently toured as part of the “Peter Rowan Trio”

Jackson is the 7th generation fiddler in his family. His passion for music is inspired by the contrasting styles of Bluegrass, Old-time, Celtic. Jackson’s own style spans from the traditional to the innovative. George has been awarded the Golden Fiddle Award for “Best Fiddler”, The Australian Youth Bluegrass Scholarship and has Won the CMAA Australian Fiddle and Banjo Championships along with the FAA Young Australian Folk Musician in 2010.

Visit the Sunshine Fiddle Camp Website.

Trouble for The Company

Trouble - The CompanyBrisbane’s very own award-winning bluegrass band, The Company, hit the stage this August launching their new album ‘Trouble’ and kicking off a national tour August through October. Their much-anticipated second album will be officially launched at Lefty’s Old Time Music Hall on Thursday 7th August shortly followed by a featured appearance at the Redlands Bluegrass Festival (8th, 9th, 10th August).

It’s going to be 4 days of wall-to-wall banjo picking and bluegrass. Lefty’s is one of our favourite venues in Brisbane and if you want more, join us for “a pick” at one of Australia’s best bluegrass festivals at Redlands on the weekend – Michael Patrick, The Company.

This marks album number two for the Brisbane four-piece following the critically acclaimed debut self-titled release in 2012. ‘Trouble’ is a potent mix of driving banjo, sparkling guitar melody and sweet crooning songs but with a dark twist. Amid the tinkling mandolin, old folk magic, unsolved murders, matriarchal prostitutes and other sordid stories from Queensland’s dark history inspire the song writing.

There are enough incredible stories from Queensland’s past to inspire ten albums worth of material. Our music derives from the American tradition of bluegrass but our sound and story telling is from Queensland - Jamie Clark, The Company.

The Company has a passion for high-energy original and traditional acoustic music and has for the past 2 years solidified themselves as one of the best bluegrass outfits in Australia.

Band members include:

Mick Patrick – (vocals/mandolin/fiddle) – National Folk Festival “Declan Affley” Award winner who grew up in a family band playing bush dances in North Queensland;
Jamie Clark (guitar/vocals) CMAA Bluegrass Flatpicking Champion in 2011 and described as “a cracking guitarist” by Rolling Stone Magazine;
George Jackson (fiddle/banjo/vocals) a 7th generation fiddler and 2012 Golden Fiddle Award for “Best Fiddler”;
Markus Karlsen (bouble bass/vocals) a highly sought after session bassist in Australia.

Trouble’ is now available for pre-order and includes a free bonus track for digital download. For more info about the launch, the tour or purchasing the new album, visit The Company’s website.

Also find them here: