Mornin' Old Sport releases self-titled debut LP, on tour now

We previously brought you Mornin' Old Sport's track "When the Bomb", a lively and tongue-in-cheek number about the emotional fallout after losing a lover. The Oakland residents and Boston transplants have since released their self-titled debut full-length (out July 10th via Misery Loves Co.) and are now streaming the album in its entirety on SoundCloud. Mornin' Old Sport features 12 songs of what the band describes as "30s inspired jazz-country" and "neo pre-war Americana." In a recent profile by the SF Bay Guardian, it was revealed that the original trio consisting of Kate Smeal (vocals, ukulele), Jeff Price (drums), and [...]

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Mornin' Old Sport – "When the Bomb"

Oakland based three-piece folk group Mornin' Old Sport has their first full length album on the way and a new single that's tearing up the blogosphere. The vintage-versing trio officially released their second single "When the Bomb" this month and it's an appropriate title for their self described "neo pre-war Americana" sound. What's pre-war Americana? Think ukeleles, duets, and, as evidenced by the title of their first EP, tracks your grandparents will jam to. This tune and the record's other single, "Katie", have a lot of bluegrass twang that's reminiscent of Hank Williams or Patsy Cline, artfully blended with the [...]

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