Freedom, when defined with the material being sound, remedies like howling at the moon. It soars, cries, and echoes into the outward world connecting what swirls in the inner world of our hearts and minds. Freedom by sound, truly being forms of unity and communication to the world.
From an expansive land of pines, Supper Club’s sound howls like wolves through day and night. The collective ritual of bassist Jackson Durkee, drummer Billy Prewitt, and guitarists Griffin Smiley, and Robert Cowen translate a unity by freedom dating back to childhood. Effortless Alabama rock & roll that galvanizes a universal spirit.
There is a guiding light in the boys’ stories that is curiously novel. Supper Club institutes invitations to a table full of life, wild and precious, to gather, and howl at the moon.