The band shared the news on Instagram, saying they had official signed with Warner Records, which is a massive achievement for the formerly independent, Texas-based band that’s been grinding out on the road for years now.
Frontman Pecos Hurley shared a photo of the band at Warner for the signing, along with thanking his fans, family and management in the caption for helping them get to this point, adding that “it was a special day I’ll never forget”:
“Signed with @warnerrecords yesterday and rocked LA with the dudes. Thank y’all for believing in what we do and allowing us to chase our dream. It was a special day that I’ll never forget 🤘🏽.
This is going to be a huge year and I can’t thank y’all enough for being a part of this ride. S/o to @floatingleafent for being the best in the business, to the guys in our band and crew for always operating at the highest standard, to our families and to my wife @jadehurley_ for being my best friend and always believing in me.
2023 is going to be a good’n. See y’all tonight in Roseville, CA at a sold out @goldfieldroseville 🤘🏽🤘🏽🤘🏽”
A huge congratulations to them, and hopefully, this means we’re now getting really close to a debut studio record from these boys:
They had initially wanted to put their debut album Cabin Fever out last year, but with a packed tour schedule, wanting to be able to really focus on making it perfect, and clearly working on getting this deal done, that time frame has been pushed back some.
They’ve been one of the biggest names in the Texas rock scene for the past two years or so now, and really exploded with the release of their smash hit “This Damn Song,” as well as their kickass debut EP, Red Eye.
With a unique blend of genres like rock, blues, jazz and country, they’re certainly a unique fixture in the current Texas music world, and they’re poised for a breakout and certainly a group to keep your eye on going forward.
A few weeks ago, they even teased a clip of a new song that I already love the sound of, which I’m guessing will probably be the next single they put out:
Needless to say, they’re kicking it up to a whole other level now, and if you’re already a fan of Pecos and the Rooftops, or even if you aren’t (yet), this is definitely a project and group to have on your radar this year.