It's been close to two years now of writing, playing, drinking, and gallivanting around Philadelphia, and the Cold Roses are finally recording their first full length album! We've been given the incredible opportunity of recording with EST Audio studios, in Tucker, GA, and at the end of March, we're all loading up our gear and road tripping down the highway for a week of intensive recording and touring. The goal; come home with a kick ass new album, a couple of new scars, and some stories our folks will never hear about. It's going to be a ton of work, in a short amount of time, but hell...I've always thought we work better under pressure. What we need though, is a little help from our fans, friends, and family. We're looking to raise $1,000 to help get us to the ATL and back, and to help cover recording costs and expenses. With your help, we can bring all the Cold Roses tunes we've been working so hard on, directly to you, our loving fan base.
Here's what someone cool wrote about the band:"Philly’s Cold Roses borrowed their name from a Ryan Adams song, and their sound from country rockers like Neil Young, the Band and [the] Kings of Leon. Robert Clancy, the band’s leader, is not afraid of an incendiary, electro-powered guitar solo, nor does he shy away from the sweetness of close, soaring harmonies. His rhythm section Jamie Briggs on drums and Brandon Porter on bass crank a hard-punching, slow-moving beat that embodies perseverance, blunted longing and a wary acknowledgment of the worst-case scenario. “Let Me Go,” the big crowd pleaser, arouses thirsts that can’t be entirely quenched by a longneck, an aching for true love, a good fistfight and the open road."
- (24 days)