ROCK - Folk/Americana
Playing gritty original Rural Rock with a pitchfork of Alt-Country thrown in, these guys give 'er hell onstage. With hints of Neil Young being conjured from the lead player's guitar along with a steady rhythm section not far from Crazy Horse, JARVUS sinks low and heavy at times with stories of drug dealers gone bad "When the Pin Hits the Primer", getting the shaft at work "Man of Honor", natural disasters “Katrina, Katrina”, and attempted suicide "This Puzzle Called Life", to songs of hope "Euphoria", enduring love "My Whole Life Long", love gone bad “Headin’ Outa Here”, bad habits "Cigarettes and Beer, and loss of the family farm, "Last Silo Standing". If you dig The Bottlerockets, Lucero, The Drive-by Truckers, and Son Volt then these rural rockers are well worth the listen. Their gutsy original Alt-Country style of rock will have you turning the volume to 10 while you cruise the back roads on your next road trip.