The sublime offering that is All Them Witches’ latest album, Sleeping Through The War, is a swim into deeper ponderings. Read what we say about these relentlessly touring Tennessee upstarts.
All Them Witches drummer Robby Staebler was willing to take a break from the post-album release bedlam to answer a few questions for us—sharing the origins of the band, stories from the road, and what fans can expect from the tour.
Recently we grabbed some time with Robby Staebler, drummer for the Nashville-based delta-psych quartet, All Them Witches, to chat about the band and their music.
New West Review by Mike Bax In an era of musicianship where classification of a band’s music can make…
All Them Witches, the Nashville psych-rock quartet, release their label debut, Dying Surfer Meets His Maker, on October – stream new song “Dirt Preachers” NOW!
All Them Witches, the Nashville-based delta-psych quartet, have released the video for “Charles William” online – watch it below. “Charles William” comes from the band’s recently released album ‘Lightning At The Door.’ The eight-song offering finds All Them Witches merging their psych-background with the rustic inspiration their stomping grounds afford.
All Them Witches, the Nashville-based quartet who made waves in underground psych circles when their 2012 debut album Our Mother Electricity received praise from Roadburn and a rerelease via Stefan Koglek’s Electrohasch Records, return with Lightning At The Door, on September 16. The album’s first single, “Charles Williams,” is already enjoying airplay at WRLT and was featured in the band’s recent Daytrotter session – check the song out just above.