Houndstooth - No News From Home

Houndstooth - No News From Home

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[FREE US Shipping, March 31 release] No News From Home marks a major step up in terms of songcraft, and maturity of sound for Portland, OR’s Houndstooth. Their second LP, it widens the bands sound: from Velvets-style churners to shimmering, breezy, love songs. Houndstooth was amazing out of the gate, but now has redoubled its powers, evolving into a deeper version of itself.

Road Trip? Beach Towel?

Now News From Home will speak to your old soul, but feels unmistakably new.

One part dusty bar band, two parts shimmery, surfy vibe. While you listen, you could imagine yourself at once on a beach in the sun, or equally comfortable closing down a bar, at the bottom of a bottle of whiskey at 3 AM.

For Vinyl Loop, we feel like we’re on an Americana road trip with the top down. Probably Route 66, crossing into Rancho Cucamonga.

All of No News From Home is penned by songwriting duo and guitar rockers John Gnorski and Katie Bernstein.

“They mix up Southern rock...

...Psychedelic Rock ‘n’ Roll and Indie pop for a collection that sounds from a time long gone. It demands your attention and repeated listens.” - Rough Trade Records

Video Proof

Watch Houndstooth perform No News live

Portland quartet Houndstooth make a sophomore jump with their second album, No News from Home - returning one part leaner than on their 2013 debut, Ride Out the Dark, the band’s chief weapons — songwriting guitarists Katie Bernstein and John Gnorski, drummer-producer Graeme Gibson — remain intact, which is why a band that was so good out of the gate has only redoubled its powers, evolving into a deeper version of itself.

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No Quarter Records

No Quarter Records is an independent record label in Philadelphia, founded in 2001.