TURCHI "Can't Bury Your Past"


TURCHI "Can't Bury Your Past"


Led by frontman Reed Turchi’s slide guitar fuzz and hard-edged vocals, Can’t Bury Your Past is a culmination of the trio’s own “kudzu boogie,” the grimy-Memphis-motel saxophone of Art Edmaiston (JJ Grey and Mofro, Bo-Keys), soul-infused B3-organ and keyboards from Anthony Farrell (Greyhounds, JJ Grey and Mofro), the Billy Cox-meets-Talking Heads bass style of Andrew Hamlet, and the rock-steady Bonham-esque beats laid down by drummer Cameron Weeks.

Following 2013’s vinyl EP My Time Ain’t Now, Can’t Bury your Past returns to the hard-hitting approach of their Live in Lafayette album, starting with the slow-burning single “Take Me Back Home,” winding its way through a modern reworking of a classic in “450 Miles,” the dark elegy “Brother’s Blood,” and the promise of hot nights fulfilled in “Lightning Skies,” a scorching dance floor thumper. 


released 22 April 2014 
Reed Turchi-Guitar, Vocals 
Andrew Hamlet-Bass 
Cameron Weeks-Drums 
Art Edmaiston-Saxophone 
Anthony Farrell-Keyboards, Organ

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