>> Desert Noises and Morning Teleportation have put together a special show for the east coast this fall, bringing a split 'tour only' 7" to the table. With time spent at Thunder Sound in Franklin, Kentucky (Cage the elephant, Rayland Baxter) both have come together to write, record, and bring to life, a country psychedelic wet dream. Despite being from opposite sides of the country, both bands have been friends and toured together for years. It's been half a decade since the last gathering, and both are Itchin' to share the road once again. We can't wait for you to be a part of the party.
Morning Teleportation is a psychedelic rock band formed in 2009 when Bowling Green, Kentucky natives Travis Goodwin (keyboards) and Tiger Merritt (vocals/guitar), who had just moved to their hometown for college. In the last few years, they have played at Electric Forest Festival, Bonnaroo Music Festival, and Sasquatch! Music Festival and supporting the likes of The Flaming Lips, Cage The Elephant, Primus and Modest Mouse.
Desert Noises is back. Hailing from Provo, UT the band toured extensively throughout the years playing major festivals and venues of all sizes. After a brief hiatus, all four original members are ecstatic about playing music together again and continuing the journey that started over a decade ago. This extended break saw the guys dive into individual artist projects and tours with other bands such as Cage the Elephant, RayLand Baxter, Wild Child, Harpooner, Dove & the Wolf, Nightingail, and Microwave Mountain. Now, Desert Noises returns to the scene more focused, wiser, and more inspired than ever.
After recording and releasing two new songs (summer 2017) in Austin, TX with some help from members of Wild Child and Shakey Graves. They have started work on a new full-length album in their relocated home of Nashville, TN. It’s a familiar sound – echoes of the spatial landscapes in Mountain Sea, the visceral growl in 27 Ways, and peak yearning from singer-songwriter Kyle Henderson. There’s no telling how high this mountain is that they are climbing, but for four friends from the desert, climbing is what makes them feel at home. <<