Their uncanny ability to sell-out live shows is worth mentioning since they are a local group with no major label or release. Based out of Houston, Texas this quintet first started off as a folk male-female duo consisting of Cody Swann and Zahira Guiterrez. Adding onto the band, bass player, Nicholas Cody, guitarist, Andrew Lee and on the drums, John Baldwin. Whether Wild Moccasins are in the studio or on stage, they are always passionate and energetic about their music. The energy that they posses is definitely an explanation behind their fan base.
Microscopic Metronomes, the bands EP, and their second album, Skin Collision Past, resulted in a lot of Houston press. The first five tracks on the EP gives out a burst of energy with great songwriting and polished instrumentation, which will win you over.You wont want to miss out on the single, “Fruit Tea“. It is definitely a catchy song that shows the energy of the band. Another great hit, off of their album Skin Collision Past is Zylophone. “You and I disagree if xylophone starts with z”…
Earning nominations for Best New Act and Best Indie Rock Band at the Houston Press Music Awards, Wild Moccasins have delightfully catchy sing along Indie-rock and power-pop songs.
Opening up for The Octopus Project with Mystery Skulls, Saturday, February 11th, you wont want to miss this youthful and energetic band. CLICK HERE to get your tickets before they are sold out!