While [Silver Tongues’] songs draw influence from well- worn, easily identified traditions — country, blues, folk and 1960s rock — they are just warped and strange enough to be interesting.
— Jennifer Kelly (Dusted)
What started as a pet project in solitude blossomed into a remarkable fusion of enduring songs with effortless musicianship. Silver Tongues explores life’s beautiful and harsh moments with an unblinking eye, all the while infusing a feeling that there will be a fortunate resolution. No thought or idea is out of bounds with this band, which is obvious in the wide array of styles on the forthcoming debut record, Black Kite, in stores this fall on LP and CD. First pressing of the LP will be limited to 250 copies on clear wax.