Roots music shapeshifters Hackensaw Boys make a triumphant return with their new self-titled album due out in June. Known for their energetic live shows, the band have been operating as a sort of musical collective for over two decades now, carving a songline that traverses all genres of American roots music.

They’ve toured nearly constantly, sharing stages with the likes of De La Soul and Cheap Trick. And they’ve been featured on NPR and Pitchfork, where Amanda Petrusich described their music as a “grassy tornado with brazen punk attitude”.

The Hackensaw Boys album is chock full of classic, catchy Hackensaw sounds while achieving a new level of unapologetic honesty and vulnerability via frontman David Sickmen’s well-honed, salt-of-the-earth songwriting. What is perhaps most important about Hackensaw Boys is their steadfast commitment to leading new generations into a world of roots music that honors the legacy of the sound, while finding ways to forge ahead.

Support act Timo de Jong is a Dutch Americana musician. Inspired by the music of the sixties, but wrapped in a neat contemporary suit and tie. His warm, deep voice might take you back to the famed crooners of days gone by. Timo’s has performed live over 750 times and has done multiple international gigs and tours.