The Manhattan-based genre-bending indie band, The High Plains Drifters, released their cathartic 6-track EP entitled, 'Songs of Love and Loss.'
After a night on the town with too much booze, The High Plains Drifters met at a tex-mex spot in Manhattan and have been creating music as a group ever since. The band consists of Larry Studnicky, John Macom, Mike DoCampo, Kyle Cassel, Charles Czarnecki, and Dave Richards.
Recently dropping their 6-track EP, 'Songs of Love and Loss,' the project was produced by Greg Cohen and falls somewhere between The Eagles and New Order. The project's catchy anthems are said to track a relationship's highs and lows.
"After these last 16 months of fear and suffering, I mostly hope that listeners will be smiling after hearing one or more of these tunes and that they'll go listen to some of our earlier songs," shared frontman Studnicky. "I always hope that people will hear something in the lyrics that resonate with them," he continues.
Don't miss out on The High Plains Drifters' dynamic, emotional, and highly relatable 6-track EP, 'Songs of Love and Loss,' now available on all digital streaming platforms.
You can catch a full interview with BuzzMusic and The High Plains Drifters next week.