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March 4, 2019

The Hermits: “Teeth of the Mountain”

By: Jack Anderson

For years singer and guitarist Miles Kelley was the leading voice for Austin outfit Milezo. Not too long ago Milezo disbanded, but Kelley and his faithful drummer Sam Jordan stuck together, eventually linking up with Chase Weinacht of Marmalakes to form The Hermits.

The Hermits’ off-kilter brand of psychedelic garage rock first hit the web in 2017 with Tour Tape and just last weekend The Hermits came out of the cave with their self-titled debut full-length. The ten tracks on The Hermits will weird you out, get you riled up, and make you grin all in one sitting. And in case you don’t want to be a recluse for The Hermits, you can see them at their release show this Thursday at Cheer Up Charlie’s.

The Hermits joined us in Studio 1A last week and today you can get a download of the gnashing album opener from The Hermits, “Teeth of the Mountain”!


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