Hailing from New Albany, Ind., Houndmouth is a country/folk/alternative rock group with a diverse sound and the ability to win over a broad range of music fans. Currently promoting their June 4 release, From the Hills Below the City, the group seems poised to earn their keep in today’s music landscape.

With a style that is rich in country tones, Houndmouth extends the parameters of the genre by seamlessly including a variety of singers and instrument work. Many fans were first turned on to the group when they gave an entertaining performance of their catchy single, “On the Road,” on TBS’s Conan. With the lead vocals switching between male and female, culminating in seamless harmonies, listeners can’t help being easily hooked.

Their entire album is more than worth a listen, offering traces of The Lumineers throughout the set, perhaps just picking up on the wealth of talent shared between the members. Composed of Katie Toupin, Matt Myers, Zak Appleby and Shane Cody, this group of performers is ready to make their mark and become a household name.

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Be on the lookout, as they are currently touring North America and Europe.

For more information on the band, go to houndmouth.com.

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