Lowdown Ways is the new album from the New York City-based trio known as DADDY LONG LEGS. Produced by Jimmy Sutton (JD McPherson, Pokey LaFarge) at Hi-Style Studios, Lowdown Ways shows a natural progression for DADDY LONG LEGS. Songs like 'Pink Lemonade' and 'Mornin' Noon & Nite' exhibits the band's signature lo-fi contemporary blues sound mixed with edges of garage rock and punk. The band has played with legends such as The Damned, ? & the Mysterians, Dr. Feelgood and more, and tracks like 'Célaphine' play up those influences while bringing their own unique brand of blues to the table. The album features songwriting contributions from both JD McPherson and Jimmy Sutton and is the most cohesive release from the band so far.

Lowdown Ways is the new album from the New York City-based trio known as DADDY LONG LEGS. Produced by Jimmy Sutton (JD McPherson, Pokey LaFarge) at Hi-Style Studios, Lowdown Ways shows a natural progression for DADDY LONG LEGS. Songs like 'Pink Lemonade' and 'Mornin' Noon & Nite' exhibits the band's signature lo-fi contemporary blues sound mixed with edges of garage rock and punk. The band has played with legends such as The Damned, ? & the Mysterians, Dr. Feelgood and more, and tracks like 'Célaphine' play up those influences while bringing their own unique brand of blues to the table. The album features songwriting contributions from both JD McPherson and Jimmy Sutton and is the most cohesive release from the band so far.

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Lowdown Ways
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Lowdown Ways is the new album from the New York City-based trio known as DADDY LONG LEGS. Produced by Jimmy Sutton (JD McPherson, Pokey LaFarge) at Hi-Style Studios, Lowdown Ways shows a natural progression for DADDY LONG LEGS. Songs like 'Pink Lemonade' and 'Mornin' Noon & Nite' exhibits the band's signature lo-fi contemporary blues sound mixed with edges of garage rock and punk. The band has played with legends such as The Damned, ? & the Mysterians, Dr. Feelgood and more, and tracks like 'Célaphine' play up those influences while bringing their own unique brand of blues to the table. The album features songwriting contributions from both JD McPherson and Jimmy Sutton and is the most cohesive release from the band so far.