I’m typically ALL for bands experimenting with their style... but you guys should look back to your roots to help inform that. When I first heard “Sweet Tennessee,” I had so many friends talking about it- we had never heard a take on folk music like that. I don’t even like folk music, and I was hooked. But your latest albums feel like your taking on so much without even just pausing to reflect on where you came from. There’s some good songs on here, but as a whole, it doesn’t have much of a timeless effect on me. Would love to see you all really hone in on what made your fan base love you in the first place!
They're better in iTunes
I thought these guys were the real deal, I really did, until I saw them in Oceanside. Probably the worst band I have ever seen live, they have no faith in they're music, as they played covers the entire time like other people mentioned. They only played suit & jacket and take it all back. Their songs convey different meanings then what they actually are. More money music in a fake world. 😶
By Lela 1960
I loved Suit & Jacket first. Saw them at Governors Ball in NYC and they killed it!!! I've seen many bands over the past 40 years or so. I love when a band can kick it into high gear and take over an audience. That's what happened at Gov Ball this year. They had an early set which ain't easy. They gave 110% and the crowd loved it!! It a testament to a solid band.
Just saw these guys live
What a fun and energetic band.
Lyrics are fun and inspiring.
Such a great band to see live
2.0 is better
Love the songs they r better this way
Finally something original
By Toby Turner Tables
I saw Judah And The Lion back in March, when they opened for twenty øne piløts. Never heard of them before that concert, but I'm glad I know them now. Nice to hear some original, unique music. Keep it up guys:D
Saw them open for Incubus and I was amazed. My husband and I couldn't stop talking about them. If they keep with this style with mixing everything which is very unique. I will not stop listening. Can't wait to see them in DC in the fall!!
By Twenty one paphonies
I saw them at a twenty one pilots concert a few months ago, and I just now randomly decided to listen to them. Not bad.