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    • Release
      Young Valley
      April 20, 2018

  • Click here to download a few new band photos of Young Valley (credit: Walter Lyle) along with album cover art 

    Jackson, Mississippi’s Young Valley offers points of view from songwriters Zach Lovett, Dylan Lovett and Spencer Thomas with a trading of ideas and styles from traditional country to southern-tinged rock ‘n’ roll. Since the release of their debut album No Filter in 2014, the boys have toured 34 states over the span of a couple years sharing the stage with Shooter Jennings, Lucero, American Aquarium, Phosphorescent and Futurebirds.

    The band recorded their sophomore self-titled album early last year at Dial Back Sound in Water Valley, MS and this 10-track effort is set to be released this spring. “Well-rehearsed, well-refined, raw” they told Find It In Fondren (a popular Jackson neighborhood magazine) calling it a record that “falls off the bone.”

    Young Valley’s self-titled album will be available April 20th on vinyl, CD, digital and streaming formats via Matt Patton (Drive-By Truckers / The Dexateens) and engineer/producer Bronson Tew’s new label imprint Dial Back Sound.
    Click here to pre-order all formats.

    01 Burnt Out
    02 Hang Me
    03 I Hope It Kills You
    04 Cool Blue
    05 Precious Thing
    06 Till I Cross Your Mind
    07 Song For Darlin
    08 Without You
    09 Howlin
    10 The Least That We Can Do



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  • Here’s what people are saying about Young Valley”

    • “The guys in Young Valley do a fantastic job of blending rock and country influences on their forthcoming self-titled album. Think of them as a more Southern-sounding Deer Tick or a rootsier T. Hardy Morris. The guns-a-blazing rock of the vengeful ‘Hope It Kills You’ and the Baptist guilt-ridden ‘Howlin’’ offer up Southern roots music for people searching high and low for real rock ‘n’ roll.
      – Bobby Moore, WIDE OPEN COUNTRY

    • [8.5/10] “This self-titled sophomore effort is absolutely superb. Young Valley are savvy enough to sound like they are hewn from the classics of history, yet bold enough to do it their way and into areas you wouldn’t expect. One of the most original Americana bands you’ll hear.” – Andy Thorley, MAXIMUM VOLUME MUSIC

    • “Young Valley is one of those bands that makes you excited about discovering new music. They’ve hit on a formula that’s tried and true: strong harmonies and a solid, Midwestern rock beat with an energy that makes you feel like you’ve never heard it before.” – Rachel Cholst, NO DEPRESSION

    • “…10 songs of solid alt-country. The gritty vocals and rollicking music bring to mind acts like Lucero, Drive-By Truckers, Ryan Bingham and the Dexateens. It’s fun listening to this young band give it their all.” – GLIDE MAGAZINE

    • “Young Valley encapsulates the same raw, rootsy sound that listeners had come to love from their 2014 effort, No Filter, but with a greater sense of self that artists can only really gain by touring as much as the Lovetts and Thomas have these past few years.” – Jonathan Frahm, POPMATTERS

    • “From foot-stomping rockers to songs about heartache, this album offers everything that is great about alt-country.” – Gary Schwind, AXS

    • “Young Valley’s music has a warm familiarity but the band’s energy proves that there’s plenty of ground left to cover in Southern rock music.” – R.C., ADOBE AND TEARDROPS