Wood Chickens – Well Done [Yellow Vinyl] – New LP
Wood Chickens is a cowpunk band from Madison, Wisconsin serving a spicy, extra caffeinated blend that draws inspiration from country-western, psychedelia and punk from across the decades. Formed in the tiny town of Milton, Wisconsin by high school comrades Alex Reilly and Griffin Pett, Wood Chickens soon moved to Madison in 2013 to escape the monotony of life in the small farming community. In the spring of 2015, they were joined by a new drummer, the eccentric Justin J. Johnson, whom had just returned to his home state of Wisconsin after touring with a Nashville-based rockabilly act. To date, Wood Chickens have self-released several albums worth of material and have releases with various indie labels across the United States. Through Big Neck Records, the prolific trio shows no signs of slowing down as they release their 2nd LP Well Done! and embark on the road again and again with their fresh, energetic and eclectic musical styles. Their unique twist of genres, past and present, leaves their audiences wondering what will come next.
"I’ll be honest , I have no idea what “Cow Punk” is ? But a quick blast through this LP to find a punk pizza with the lot, rockabilly, psychedelic, country punk blasts that sound like ZZ Top on Crystal meth! This record is a lot fun, I love it. The Wood Chickens have had their leg bands cut off & allowed to run wild in the woods,.. musically. Highly recomended for your next Moonshine party down at the swamp & if they turn up for a gig at a barn near you, definitely try to catch them, Delicious!" -- James