THOSE POOR SERFS
THOSE POOR SERFS hearken back to the days of soulful music and honest songwriting to bring "a refreshingly classic sound" (The Daily Texan).
With influences ranging from Ray LaMontagne and City and Color to the Allman Brothers Band, THOSE POOR SERFS blend blues, soul and sweet southern harmonies to deliver heartfelt songwriting from the roots of rock and roll. "Alt-Americana from moonshine soak mandolin, homemade-dynamite harmonies and powerhouse vocals with a sweet twang-timbre to it" (Tourworthy.com).
THOSE POOR SERFS worked in the studio with George Reiff (Ray Wylie Hubbard, Shinyribs, The Band of Heathens, Uncle Lucius, Bob Schneider) on the bands debut studio-recording, CITY VIEW, available now.
Lead Vocals, Guitar / Derek Kinsaul
Vocals, Keys / Anna Larson
Bass / Ben Stark
Drums / Mikey Best
Mandolin / BJ Lazarus
PRESS FOR CITY VIEW
“Songs that will certainly take them places.” – Austin.com
“Don't Sleep Before You Listen to Those Poor Serfs' New Album.” – No Depression
"[City View] is a sound example of “good things come in small packages.” – On Vinyl Music
“A refreshingly classic sound.” – The Daily Texan
"[Those poor serfs] music has revived my soul."
Derek Kinsaul Shares his top 10 albums on Brit + Co
those Poor serfs featured on 'how did i get here' podcast with johnny goudie
Those Poor Serfs have played prominent venues and halls all over Texas including:
Continental Club (Houston)
Historic Scoot Inn
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