Premiere: “How You Disappear” by Bob Bradshaw

Here at Mother Church Pew, we’re suckers for an interesting concept album. Irish-born, Boston-based Bob Bradshaw is scratching that itch with the upcoming release his new record Queen Of The West on September 27th. In Queen of The West, Bradshaw uses thirteen cross-connected… Continue Reading

Album Premiere: “Loaded & Rollin’” from Flying Buffaloes

When it comes to achievement, hard work will get you there quicker than wishing for success any old day, and sometimes, hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard. Think about that one for a second. Speaking of talent,… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Hard Time” by Jeremie Albino

Moving from the hustle and bustle of Toronto to the picturesque countryside of Prince Edward County gave singer/songwriter Jeremie Albino the much-needed space to create his unique brand of electrified folk. On August 9th, Albino will release his new album, Hard… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Sideways (Live at The Lafayette Hotel NYE)” by Creature and The Woods

Today, San Diego indie folk collective Creature and The Woods, led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Roger Molina (Noise Ratchet), Dan Cervantes on guitar and pedal steel (Howlin’ Rain, Mrs. Henry), Justin Rodriguez (Counterfeit) on bass, Jody Bagley (Mrs. Henry) on… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Hot Southern Nights” by Swearingen & Kelli

The “good old days”–like fine wine, memories get more robust with time, the rough edges of circumstances smoothed out by its passage, leaving the best parts behind. In their new video “Hot Southern Nights,” Americana duo Swearingen & Kelli pay… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Two Way Street” by Annie Bacon & her OSHEN

In the English vernacular, we often refer to the action behind an idea as a “two-way street”–loyalty, relationships, communication, they all seem to fit into that concept. In her new single “Two Way Street,” Michigan-based singer-songwriter Annie Bacon contends that… Continue Reading