The album, captured at the 2016 Ramblin’ Man Fair in Maidstone, UK, has the loose energy of a live show, but the band is as tight as a military operation. Like they're storming the English shores while also finding time to see some sights.
'Heartland and Soul' is the debut release from an artist drawing upon a lot of experience, and the result is a well-crafted album that everyone should hear.
Walker, Robson, and Katz do an incredible job perfectly re-creating a classic blues sound. On 'Journeys to the Heart of the Blues' they've crafted the perfect omelet for your ears.
'When I Rise' works not just because of its variety, but also because of the performances. Morin's voice is exciting and his guitar playing impressive.
"The title 'Prime Blues' refers to both my love of the blues as well as my love of mathematics," Allchin says. "'Prime Blues' is more concentrated blues than my past albums and at the same time more diverse in terms of style, guitar technique, and guitar tone."
'Poor Until Payday' is the group's second offering on their own Family Owned Records label through Thirty Tigers.