A Conversation with Houndmouth's Matt Myers and Shane Cody
Photos and Interview by Tommy Moore
Sam Filiatreau, Matt Myers, Shane Cody, and Caleb Hickman of Houndmouth.
With the release of their latest record "Good For You," Houndmouth reaches back to their folk rock roots. Like many of their past albums, "Good For You" feels full, mixing foot-stomping, rock inspired tracks with slow, deep cuts to paint a complete and compelling picture.
The band calls New Albany, IN home, where they revolve around their studio, "The Green House." The sights and sounds of their surroundings are embedded into the narratives of their writing and music. Like a nameless, Midwestern love letter, Houndmouth pens observational tunes that feel like the overdue embrace of an old pal. In the simplest of terms, the band's songs feel like one hell of a night.
After a long stretch of tour, DAYBREAK's Editor-in-Chief Tommy Moore caught up with Houndmouth's Matt Myers and Shane Cody. The boys dove into their creative process, their love of Midwestern bars, and their new record, "Good For You."
Houndmouth On The Road
If you get the chance, the Houndmouth fellas are a crew you don't want to miss. They're rounding out the year with a couple New Years Eve shows on 12/30 in Denver, CO and on 12/31 in Boulder, CO. Give their tour dates a peak and be sure to catch them on the road.
You can read deeper into our chat with Houndmouth's Matt Myers and Shane Cody in DAYBREAK V.3. Books are moving quick, so be sure to snag your copy today. DAYBREAK V.3.