Truth Club Joins the label Tiny Engines with their Debut Album "Not An Exit" Out May 2019, the band shares title track "Not An Exit".

The Raleigh-based four piece Truth Club make a place for themselves in the extremes. Pivoting between a vocal-focused minimalism and a more traditional, energetic full band sound,

the group's distinctness is in their exploration of dynamics and movement.


Travis Harrington's voice, which made its prodigal debut in the Wilmington project

Astro Cowboy, expressively parallels the motion of the instrumentals, sometimes clear

and soaring above the rest, other times almost mumbling in a deep stark and spoken



And his lyrics similarly seem to battle between optimism versus defeatedness, nostalgia versus reality.


The image-based confessionalism and vocal layering hangs over the warbling guitar, at times creating an intensity that is unsettling and slightly dissonant, although softened by the accompanying vocals of Yvonne Chazal.

Despite being categorically indie rock, Truth Club avoids formulaic instrumentation or predictability. Drummer Elise Jaffe experiments with changing drum patterns, while

wavering synths, drum machines and spiraling guitars collide with one another.


Kameron Vann and Travis transferred the energy from their formative band Astro Cowboy into a new but recognizable entity that grew and matured musically alongside their friendship.


 In 2019 Truth Club will debut their long-awaited full length with the North Carolina-based label Tiny Engines, officiating them as a new staple of the expanding musical horizon that the south

has come to offer. 



Truth Club - Not an Exit

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