Drug Cabin ready Wiggle Room, share "Handsome"

Drug Cabin comprised of onetime Ambulance LTD frontman Marcus Congleton and former Pretty Girls Make Graves guitarist Nathan Thelen, released their debut album, Yard Work, on February 24 and have already announced its follow-up, Wiggle Room. The album will be available on CD, cassette tape, and digital formats on April 7 via 401K Music.
Earlier this  week Consequence of Sound premiered “Wiggle Room” from Drug Cabin’s forthcoming album and the track is also available to post and share viaSoundCloud. Consequence of Sound said, “Thelen and Congleton’s voices meld sweetly, crooning about love and weather with a sense of candor. The lines between glee and longing are hazy, with a steel guitar adding a sense of desperation to the love story.”
Listen: “Handsome” via Consequence of Sound or SoundCloud
In 2009, while traveling through Central America and Mexico, guitarist / singer songwriter, Nathan Thelen
With the talented support of Brandon “Eugene” Owens on bass, Sheridan Reily on drums, and Frankie Palmer on pedal steel, Yard Work and Wiggle Room were recorded to analog 8-track at Gaucho Electronics in Downtown Los Angeles. Engineered by F. Bermudez , produced and mixed by Nick DeWitt (Pretty Girls Make Graves, Liars), together both records contain a vast collection of harmonious sweeping deep groove folk-ish indie pop with deceptively addictive hooks. The shape shifting tone of the compositions can feel very much like 70’s garden rock imagined by Brian Wilson as it feels so down to earth yet so dreamy.
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