11 Songs, 41 Minutes


Southern blues rock punctuated with horns and attitude.


Southern blues rock punctuated with horns and attitude.


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
10 Ratings
10 Ratings

They just keep getting better

The Weeks are one of the many great young bands that don't get the credit that they deserve. Every album they have made is fantastic and better than the last. This album is no different. This is the perfect summer album.


Love it!

This is an album you can listen to from beginning to end. I love every song!


Just Another Awesome Weeks Album

Good grief these guys are awesome. See them live if you get a chance. They put on a great rock n roll show! Their songs are fun, evocative, and musically each of them is incredibly talented. This album did not disappoint and I think will garner many new fans.

About The Weeks

Raucous Mississippi rock combo the Weeks got their start early, forming in 2006 while all four of the members were still in high school. Staffed by twin brothers Cyle (lead vocals) and Cain Barnes (drums), Samuel Williams (guitar, vocals), and Damien Bone (bass), things picked up quickly for the Jackson-based quartet, who signed to the Esperanza Plantation label and released their debut, Cadillac Comeback, in 2008. Their swaggering, sludgy, and slightly Southern indie rock was further expanded on a follow-up EP, Rumspringa, which came out a year later. Following their self-released second album, Dry Land Is Not a Myth, the Weeks packed up and moved to Nashville, where they signed a new deal with Kings of Leon's label, Serpents and Snakes. With the new label deal came higher exposure for their hooky third LP, Gutter Gaunt Gangster, as they continued to dial in their freewheeling rock sound. Their Serpents and Snakes follow-up, 2014's horn-laden Dear Bo Jackson, saw a further expansion of their sound and put them in front of European audiences while touring with Kings of Leon. A year later, the four-song Buttons EP acted as a placeholder while the Weeks hunkered down at Memphis' legendary Ardent Studios to record their fifth album, 2017's Easy. ~ Timothy Monger

Jackson, MS