Louder Than War caught up with People’s Blues of Richmond at ‪CMJ 2015‬ outside of their show at The Bowery Electric.

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A dark blues band infused with a psychedelic, relevant confusion, spewing out ballads of drugs, murder and free will, similar to Led Zeppelin, but more intriguing, more fascinating, and more passionate, The People’s Blues of Richmond, is touring in support of their newest release, “Good Time Suicide”.

The members of the fraction stood outside a New York City venue after their awesome performance smoking cigarettes and just having fun. All of them incredible musicians, talented vocalists, and a mix between Black Sabbath, and The Black keys, tainted with Led Zeppelin. Their newest single Gone,Gone, Gone, is an essential song that has got to be experienced.

At precisely 3 o’clock, as arranged the group walked over to Louder Than War, guitarist Tim Beavers, bass player Matt Volkes and drummer Neko Williams, to explain their existence, their powerful force and their music. READ MORE…

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