In the studio is the band Byrds of Prey. These guys have a great classic, southern rock sound that is completely updated and original. I should also probably mention that I plucked some bass strings for these guys well over a year ago. In fact after leaving the band I discovered I had time to revive CRUMBS. They have a new bass player and you have a new CRUMBS. Everyone wins. Anyways, back to the band.
They were able to record three songs in the studio and the third song is a new track for their hopefully soon to be started album. The new material rocks and we are anxious to hear more.
Byrds of Prey brandishes a dual lead guitar attack that is supported by tight harmonies and subtle acoustic rhythms. Songs are composed acoustically first with basic rhythm and melody, and then arranged in an acoustic/electric, or all electric form. Art LaFleur and Steve Lamb also perform this material as an acoustic duo on occasion. Band members have performed in and around the Capital Region for the past five years in projects including but not to Off Ramp, Boot the Owl, and The Coal Palace Kings, and this each brings something unique to the table. Like a classic attack on a modern sound, the songs we write are divers and sophisticated with a focus on rhythm and harmony. The musicianship is high. The experience is solid. The influences divers and the vibe is classic.