Driving along the two hundred year old highway known as the National Road, stretching through farmlands in the heart of Ohio, you pass by a small town with a cadre of talented musicians who inspire each other to craft vibrant, meaningful songs.
It’s in this setting that images turned into feelings and words as fiddlings and jams turned into music that all fell into place in an album called “Waves.”
Recorded in a house built during the Great Depression, with the sparse resources in their practice space, the Self-Depricants have created music in the midst of life changes and personal tragedy. These songs are intricate but flowing, accessible but creative, edgy but composed. They reflect the waves of emotions that ride and flow in love, regret, anger, joy, exhilaration, worry and finding peace.