The Unfaithful Ways, a band of brothers, Friday night in a small town, heartbreak and trouble and the open road. They release their latest offering “Free Rein” in early October 2011 on Aeroplane Music, the flagship label of Native Tongue Publishing.
Fusing songs of love, loss, protection, and the darker side of human emotion, this Christchurch four-piece has a stretch well beyond their years, owed no doubt to the fact that they have been singing in choirs together since the age of twelve. Drawing direct threads from the musical legacy of The Byrds, Townes Van Zandt and strangely enough The Eagles to weave their own beautifully tempered and widely acclaimed sound.
Staying true to age-old themes of love, loss and everything in between, the album’s mystical cartwheeling lyrics, haunting three part harmonies and honest sound speak of a grand mythology. While having a huge foot in tradition The Unfaithful Ways maintain their own path.