Fireworks! Kids In Cowboy Hats! Badass Cowpunks! Watch Vandoliers New Video Via Rolling Stone
June 27, 2017 - Rolling Stone Country has the premiere of the video for Vandoliers “Endless Summer,” a standout from their new album The Native. RS Country says the band, who were part of their “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know” round-up back in May, are “one of the more exciting fresh voices in fringe country-rock. ’Endless Summer’ captures the Fort Worth, Texas, band's crunchy twang and youthful spirit.”
Watch the “Endless Summer” video here.
The band continue to win praise for The Native, here’s what else we’ve been hearing:
"Josh Fleming and company have brilliantly combined punk, country, Tejano, and rockabilly influences to create a dynamic and modern cowpunk staple."
“Sounds like: rediscovering your parents' country record collection and realizing they’d make good punk songs”
-Rolling Stone Country - 10 New Country Artists You Need To Know May 2017
"The Native, a tighter, more focused album that still retains the devil-may-care spirit of the band’s debut but pushes the Texas band in a more ambitious direction."
"On The Native, the band locks into a unique blend of punk progressions and country train beats. Fiddle swirls in and out of the verses as lead singer Joshua Fleming howls with Rancid-esque intensity...When it comes down to it, nobody is quite making music that sounds like this."
"The Native, is a southern smoothie of influences, combining the raw angst of a Titus Andronicus or a Diarrhea Planet with the big brass gusto of Mariachi El Bronx."
A tribute to the band's Texas homeland, The Native takes its listener through a swirl of East Dallas dive bars, Pantego pool halls, small towns, big cities, and the rolling ribbon of highway that stretches throughout the state. The band kicks up a storm of Western swing, electric blues, roadhouse rock & roll, Tejano, cowboy country, and twangy punk, saluting everyone from Bob Wills to ZZ Top in the process.
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