In a genre as storied as American roots and soul, Nashville-based Atlanta-born sister duo Larkin Poe are poised to make a mark all their own with the release of their fourth album Venom & Faith.
Rather than concede to the history of the canon they hold dear or rest on their laurels, Larkin Poe persist and emerge rattling, stomping, and sliding into a modern-day depiction of what roots rock should sound like… another chapter in an everlasting story. “It’s a celebration of American roots music as translated by two sisters who are playing the blues in a modern age,” says Rebecca Lovell about their new album.
The follow up to their critically-acclaimed second album Peach which was nominated for a Blues Music Award for Best Emerging Artist Album, Venom & Faith was produced by both the band and their long-time engineer Roger Alan Nichols.
Sometimes / Bleach Blonde Bottle Blues / Honey Honey / Mississippi (Feat. Tyler Bryant) / California King / Blue Ridge Mountains / Fly Like An Eagle / Ain’t Gonna Cry / Hard Time Killing Floor Blues / Good And Gone