Kansas City-based rockers the Conquerors have a sound that recalls some of the garage and psychedelic rock greats of the '60s. Their debut album, Wyld Time, promises to build on what the band has been harnessing for the past few years. We're excited to premiere the stream of this rising band's debut, which put them not only on our radar, but yours as well. Their songs fiery and firm, yet have a warmth that will resonate with listeners who like to rock to good tunes.
"Wyld Time has a lot to do with my divorce and how traumatized I felt afterward," says Rory Cameron. "A lot of these songs were written as a way to get to say the things I didn't get a chance to while it was happening, mostly because I was trying to do anything I could to prevent it. To the point afterward I felt like I had let myself be walked on instead of getting to say the things I really thought about the situation. When it's all said and done its given me a greater sense of closure and a feeling of being less beholden to my own hang ups and baggage about it."
The Conquerors' Wyld Time is out on August 26 via High Dive Records. Pre-order the album here.