Route 358 Releases A Deep Folk Americana Powerhouse
A new full length album release from Route 358 is a wonderful display of roots based folk with some edge and an acoustic drive underneath a soulful vocal approach and some heavy handed performances that push the envelope and create a powerful sound throughout the records course.
The Peregrination Vol.1 album incorporates a killer array of folk styles and vocals that at times give off that deep woods feel and others give off a more cinematic pop feel while remaining acoustic and with a fresh style.
Banjo, acoustic guitar, and a southern overtone all come together with a heavy Americana sheen and a beautifully passionate set of performances that sound like they could be songs passed down through the decades.
Route 358 has truly made something timeless with this record and each song has its own life and hear to it.
These tracks all have that love for their craft feeling. You know these guys would be amazing to see live after hearing just a few songs. You almost itch for it.
This album is full of soul and listening to it in full is cleansing in a way. You feel refreshed like bathing in a river somewhere.
A record coated in an emotional and descriptive lyrical style along with plenty of dueted vocals that really tend to come through cinematic and powerful.
That deep folk is always there and you soon realize its part of the band's staple sound. That deep south naturally alternative country twang.
Songs are colorful with raw energy and go through a range of motion and stories they are attached to.
This is a huge album that takes you on quite the musical journey and goes through personal experiences while it paints pictures you can see vividly by the end.
It's pretty unforgettable and evokes something within you. Even if you don't play guitar, you'll want to pick one up and join the jam as the songs are infectious.
You can only get songs like this when you love what you do. Route 358 loves what they do and you can hear it with every single note, howl, and stomp.
Jump in head first, you won't regret it.