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Oldermost continue to drop singles with “Finally Unsure”

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Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/

It’s been over a year since Oldermost released It’s Difficult To Know Anything At All, so when singles start trickling out of the dreamy Americana outfit’s camp it’s a treat. The latest is “Finally Unsure,” a blazing song that follows early August tune “Honey With Tea” with a satisfying, Wilco-esque delivery against a cinematic backdrop.

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Listen to a soothing new track from Oldermost, “Honey With Tea”

Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/
Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/

In somewhat of a perfectly timed hump day pick-me-up, Philly indie/americana rockers Oldermost have shared a new single, “Honey With Tea.” It’s a soothing, spacey jam with rich guitar riffs, deep drum fills, and zoned-out synths. In it, vocalist Bradford Bucknum echoes the line “give me what I need, give me what I don’t need” as the song fades to a close. And while we might not have necessarily needed this tune, nobody’s complaining. This is Oldermost’s first release since the It’s Difficult to Know Anything At All EP they put out last year. Continue reading →

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Spruce Street Harbor Park Waterfront Sessions return this week

Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/
Oldermost | Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/

Fans of awesome, live local music rejoice — the Spruce Street Harbor Park Waterfront Sessions Live Music Series is returning this week with a stacked lineup of artists from throughout the area. Every Thursday evening from June to August, Spruce Street Harbor Park will be showcasing a myriad of talent right on the Waterfront, kicking off on June 9th from 7:30-9:30 p.m. with rock ‘n’ rollers Oldermost and singer-songwriter Joey Sweeney. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Abi Reimold at Johnny Brenda’s, MH The Verb at Underground Arts, Oldermost at Boot and Saddle, and more…

Abi Reimold
Abi Reimold | photo by Haley Richter | haleyrichterphoto.com | courtesy of the artist

After its release back in January, Abi Reimold will be holding the record release party for her album Wriggling at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Joining Reimold (who will be performing with a full band), will be Loose Tooth, Jacqueline Constance, and Sarah M. Read The Key’s interview with Reimold here and pick up tickets to tonight’s show at the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Oldermost at Johnny Brenda’s, Ambrosia Parsley & Chris Maxwell at Boot and Saddle, The Sixties at MilkBoy and more

Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com
Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com

Local Americana group Oldermost continue to support 2015’s It’s Difficult To Know Anything At All with a show tonight at Johnny Brenda’s in support of California’s The Donkeys. The one-two punch of Oldermost’s easy-listening, yet ever-evolving sound with The Donkeys’ sunny, West-coast vibe will make for a relaxing and enjoyable night for all. Go to the XPN Concert Calendar to find out more about tonight’s concert. Continue reading →

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Crashing: Oldermost and Sam Amidon bring quiet thunder to World Cafe Live

Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/
Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/

I wasn’t sure I’d make it to the show on Tuesday night. My whole house was shaking from the thunder, and the lighting left little to the imagination as to the state of affairs beyond the confines of my four walls. But luckily, the violent stormfront passed quickly, and I was able to leave for the show right on time. Little did I know that Oldermost and Sam Amidon would bring their own, different kind of storm to World Cafe Live, that night. Continue reading →

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Watch the video for Oldermost’s “Electric Light Eyes” off of their upcoming EP

Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com
Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com

Philly five-piece Oldermost are set to release their upcoming album, It’s Difficult to Know Anything At All, next week on March 24, and we just got another taste of the variety this upcoming EP seems to hold. The Americana/rock-infused group released a video for the track “A Drink (Or Two)” back in February, in which frontman Bradford Bucknum gallivants through the streets of Philly with a TV in a stroller.

Their latest release, “Electric Light Eyes,” is a laid-back track infused with inquisitive lyricism that the band promised to bring with this new EP. They admitted on their blog that this track holds one of Bucknum’s favorite lines (one they say “could serve as a subtitle to the album,”) in which Bucknum croons, “Just to know how much there still is to know.” Continue reading →

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Indie rockers Oldermost preview “A Drink (Or Two)” from upcoming EP

Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com
Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com

We see Oldermost frontman Bradford Bucknum watching television with a disgruntled demeanor in the Philly band’s new video for “A Drink (Or Two).” But instead of flipping the old school set off, Bucknum takes his static TV for a walk in a stroller around his Philadelphia neighborhood only to be laughed at by his band mates. Later, he falls asleep in the woods next to his television, which is screening a fire to give him warmth. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Oldermost at Johnny Brenda’s, Busses at Boot and Saddle

Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com
Oldermost | Photo by Matthew Shaver | www.mattshaverphoto.com

Philly indie rock five-piece Oldermost is playing its final show of 2014 tonight at Johnny Brenda’s; a unique bill with fellow rockers The Rivals and two comedians, Chip Chantry and Doogie Horner. (Read more here.) The band is also introducing new material from its forthcoming EP, It’s Difficult To Know Anything At All, which frontman Bradford Bucknum says will be out in early 2015. The band took three years to record and release its debut LP, I Live Here Now, and Bucknum says with the new material they’re seeking something more immediate. Get more information on tonight’s show at the XPN Concert Calendar, and listen to “Close to the Fire” from I Live Here Now below. Continue reading →