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Houndmouth Do It All Again, Maybe Even Better on Little Neon Limelight
Houndmouth Do It All Again, Maybe Even Better on Little Neon Limelight
Join us for the Free At Noon at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, as Houndmouth performs a live midday concert on Friday.

This week's Free At Noon will feature country quartet Houndmouth, reigning from New Albany, Ind. After forming in 2011, the group released a self-titled EP, followed by their debut album, From The Hills Below the City, an upbeat and folksy compilation that proved why they've played alongside bands like The Lumineers. Their latest project, Little Neon Limelight, is scheduled for release on March 17, and brings together the harmonies of all four members: a facet they've championed in live performances as well. Houndmouth is known for blending a captivating hybrid of country, rock 'n' roll, and folk. The band plays Boot and Saddle on Saturday, April 4th; get a taste of what’s in store when Houndmouth plays this Friday at noon at World Cafe Live. Join us by RSVPing for this week's performance below or tune in live at 88.5 FM.

Recent Release: Little Neon Limelight
Release Date: March 17, 2015
Label: Rough Trade

Four-piece folk-rock group Houndmouth has a soulful flair and an amazing layered sound that any listener could get into. Band members Katie Toupin, Matt Myers, Zak Appleby, and Shane Cody all like to sing - and they often sing together, layering vocals on top of heavy bass lines and skillful guitar riffs to create unique, toe-tapping songs.

Houndmouth, a four-piece band from just outside Louisville, Kentucky, may just be the perfect musical equivalent to a good home-cooked meal. Forget the frills and studio wizardry, this young group just sets out to have fun making music as a reflection of what they know. Their love of roots, rock and blues melts together as a rollicking good time on their debut From the Hills Below the City (Rough Trade). And what started a couple years ago as simply a group of friends making some noise together has developed into a band on the verge of an exciting career.
What’s not to like about Houndmouth? They’ve got it all - a little roots, a little rock, a little soul and some great songs.

A four piece folk-rock group with a soulful flare and an amazing layered sound, Houndmouth hails from Albany, Indiana.