After multiple tours and releases, Southwork decided to record Wear Your Heart Out (8/12/14) on a Tascam MS-16 1′′ tape machine in a Philadelphia row home. WXPN's The Key called the album “...raw and heartfelt, just fuzzy enough to sound like a warp-y dream.” Prior to that, Charleston City Paper referred to Seasons Passing EP (6/27/13) as “a happy-go-lucky effort, complete with light-hearted vocals, playful uke, whimsical whistles, friendly flutes, and an array of horns and harmonies.” Their first record, Arise (12/11/12), was described as “...a cross between Sgt. Pepper’s band and ‘Jocko Homo’-era Devo” by Philadelphia City Paper. The band is currently recording their next album, and drinking too much coffee.

Soldiers Of Soul

A band of Psychedelic Bandits; fighting the good fight to protect rock n roll.



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