Hey everyone in Taddy land! Hope you are swell. We are pleased to release our new video for “The Gun.” It was written and directed by ourselves and the always amazing Casey Tebo. Hope you enjoy our video and thanks for being fans! We will see you on the road soon, so gear up for touring and plenty of videos coming your way!
We are extremely grateful and very proud to announce that our sophomore album, Stay Golden, is out! Do us a favor and go pick it up at Best Buy, iTunes, Amazon or wherever else you buy music! Huge thanks to all our family, friends and fans who have helped us get to this point! Oh do us a favor and let us know what you think on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Make sure to tag us with a #StayGolden and post pics of yourself with the album STAYING GOLDEN!!!
You can order our sophomore album, Stay Golden NOW on iTunes:
Here is a write up on our NEW album “Stay Golden” that should help you get excited for our upcoming tour:
“After watching Taddy Porter’s music video for “Long Slow Drag”—the piano-laden heartbreak hit from their 2010 self-titled record—you might feel irked by the sadistic ending. A flaming photo of Brewer is dropped onto a trail of gasoline, ultimately leading to—yep, you guessed it—Brewer and the rest of the Oklahoma rock quartet.
Luckily, that scene was simply one of many in a well-executed video. We spoke with Brewer last week, who reassures fans that life is much less threatening at the moment. In fact, the band is currently taking a hard-earned break after touring for over two years straight—but not for long.
Taddy Porter’s sophomore album, Stay Golden, drops February 26 via Primary Wave Music, and Brewer has lots to say about this imaginative follow-up full-length, which was created with the help of two prominent producers: Mark Neill (The Black Keys/Dan Auerbach) and Dave Cobb (Shooter Jennings, Chris Cornell).
Songs on the first album were featured on programs such as Entourage, Monday Night Football, and The Newsroom (just to name a few) and Stay Golden is sure to make just as many special appearances, if not more.
Find out all about Brewer’s past in geology, his recently played albums, the first single “Fever” and the ominous date of December 21 below….”
Read the rest at Filtermagazine.com