If chemistry - the harmonious interaction, not the science - came with a soundtrack, it would be supplied by Wild Moccasins.
Robert Ellis cut his hair.
The songwriter’s physical changes stands out inside the dimly lit East Nashville studio The Casino. A cleaner, parted cut replaces his long, flowing locks. His unkempt beard has morphed into a distinguished mustache.
The Whigs will return on April 22 with their fifth album, the upcoming Modern Creation. Produced by Jim Scott (whose CV includes work with Wilco, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Weezer), the LP was recorded at PLYRZ Studios in Valencia, California and completed over the course of just two weeks, from start to finish. The forthcoming full-length, which follows 2012's Enjoy the Company, spans a total of 10 tracks and favors full-band live takes over studio trickery.
Zahira Gutierrez (Vocals/Keyboards), Cody Swann (Guitar/Vocals), Andrew Lee (Guitar), Nicholas Cody (Bass), John Baldwin (Drums)
“It’s the chemical behind our reactions.”