Love Of The Brave
In 2010, ATA Records was just getting started, and Love Of The Brave was one of the first bands to step into their humble studio. With little funding, no tape machine, and just an eight-track and a collection of mics, the team was determined to create something original, using recording techniques from the pre-digital era.
The creative process wasn't always easy, but the musicians behind Love Of The Brave shared a unique vision for their sound that couldn't be realized in traditional studio setups. Their psychedelic, brit-folk style was infused with raw, unfiltered energy that could only be captured through experimentation and a bit of risk-taking.
Over nine months, Neil and Fuzzy poured their hearts and souls into the album, pushing themselves to the limit, and sometimes beyond. But the end result was a labor of love - a collection of ethereal, acid folk tracks that swirled with psychedelia and hinted at influences from artists like Pentangle, Joni Mitchell, Richie Havens, and Rotary Connection.
Dusted Off is the first single from the album Love Of The Brave - featuring a pre Work Money Death Tony Burkhill, Dusted Off transports you through a psychedelic tale of infidelity accompanied by Fuzzy Jone's haunting vocals, Burkhill's tremendous sax and Neil Innes's genuis leadership