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Utah’s Desert Noises are on deck for a show at The Basement in Nashville, Tenn. on April 17. Before they roll into Nashville, the group will perform in Knoxville, Tenn. on April 15 at Barley’s Taproom as well.

Their latest album, 27 Ways, was released last month and the band has several debuts on the horizon which include some major stepping stones into the festival circuit that include Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Hangout Music Festival along with Lollapalooza. The group recently performed at SXSW as well and many critics have been praising their live show.

Desert Noises is composed of front man Kyle Henderson, Tyler Osmond, Patrick Boyer and Brennan Allen and their latest album was produced by Nic Jodoin who has worked with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in the past among others.

“I don’t know how we found each other,” Henderson said in a recent news release about his bandmates.

“We knew each other form playing around the are, and then it kind of got out of control from there. We didn’t really choose to be in this band. The band chose us,” he said.

While growing up in Utah, the Mormon faith was prevalent, but they went on their own rock ‘n’ roll journey at a young age.

Henderson says “We’ve distanced ourselves from the religion. But not the people, nor the community. That’s basically our families and everyone we know.”

With all of the tour dates in front of them this spring, the group doesn’t show many signs of slowing down through the summer as they have dates scheduled in August.

“I’d like to be doing this until I’m in my 80s,” Osmond says in the news release. “To my grave. We all see the potential. It’s fun and it’s good.”

After their stint in Tennessee, Desert Noises will venture west through Missouri before hitting Utah and Colorado. For more information on the band, visit desertnoises.com.

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