LA based indie-rock/alt-country singer/songwriter Brad Byrd is back with his first full length LP in almost 6 years. 10 tracks that tell a story about leaving Los Angeles and heading out in the wilderness to tour and rediscover himself as not only an artist but a person. The record talks about moving home to be with his sick mother, his own battle with drug and alcohol addiction, and finding his voice and sound by reconnecting with his roots. For fans of Wilco, Joseph Arthur, Kurt Vile, Nada Surf, Pete Yorn, and Ryan Adams this record will not disappoint.
Byrd’s catalog has been featured (most recently) on ABC’s “American Housewife”, “Happy Endings”, FOX’s “New Girl” and “Ben & Kate”, amongst dozens of other film/tv placements throughout the years. His songs have charted on major radio stations and he has consistently toured the country developing a small but loyal following sharing the stage with fellow alt rockers such as Jay Farrar (Son Volt), Mike Doughty, Family of the Year, and Willy Mason to name a few.
He’ll be hitting this road this summer and fall, with tour dates being announced soon.