Virginia based quintet Kendall Street Company releases their new single Strollin’ available now on all service providers. To celebrate the release (and the warmer weather!) Kendall Street Company has announced a Spring Tour in April spanning from Texas to Pennsylvania.
Kendall Street Company presents their third release of 2021, Strollin’, premiered by Living the Fest Life, following praise of their recent studio LP, debut live album, and upbeat Valentine’s Day-themed single I rly luv u, from American Songwriter, Relix Magazine, Jambase, Roadie Music, and more. Averaging over 100 shows a year, KSC has been billed on festivals such as Lockn’, Floydfest, Roosterwalk, Sweetwater 420, Resonance, as well as shared stages with Leftover Salmon, Ripe, Goose, Moon Taxi, Umphreys McGee and more.
The hiatus in live music and touring due to Covid-19 has allowed the band to write and record a prolific amount of music, as well as explore new storytelling and production techniques. Strollin’ was recorded at Graphic Sound in Virginia Beach, VA and mixed by Stewart Myers (Jason Mraz, Parachute, Lifehouse, Mandy Moore) in Richmond, VA. KSC maintains an ambitious release cycle and currently has plans for at least a double LP and another EP for later this year.
In the words of frontman Louis Smith:
“Strollin’ is a song about taking a stroll. As it grooves along you will find yourself compelled to stroll along with it, compelled to bop to the beat. The song is also about saying something. Saying what? Up to you. Maybe something hard to say. Maybe you don’t quite know how to say it. In any case, by the end of the song you’ll be Strollin’ around and saying it loud!”
Sonic inspiration comes from Keller Williams, John Scofield, The Spin Doctors, Dave Matthews Band, and more. Dueling sax and electric guitar, flavorful dissonance, playful lyrics, funky snare, and a deep pocket – Strollin’ has got it all, and right in the nick of time for festival season. Join us for a live show on the Kendall Street Company Spring 2021 Tour. Great care has been taken to ensure shows are safe for all attendees. Stream Strollin’ here.
April 15th – Sundown at Granada – Dallas, TX
April 16th – Empire Control Room Garage – Austin, TX
April 20th – Park Tavern – Atlanta, GA
April 21st – Live Wire – Athens, GA
April 22nd – The Pour House – Charleston, SC
April 23rd – North Street Press Club – Farmville, VA
April 24th – FESTY – Charlottesville, VA
May 1st – Some Kind of Jam 15 – Schuylkill Haven, PA