Chris Robinson Brotherhood Releases “Servants of the Sun”
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, anchored by bassist Jeff Hill, has just released their eighth studio effort, entitled Servants of the Sun. Described as “bubbling of vintage keyboards and driving rhythm,” the album was born from bandleader Chris Robinson letting his imagination run wild.
“I let my head go to a Saturday night at the Fillmore, and said, what’s the best set we could play?” he says. “The record was conceived from that starting point. With our last couple of albums we made songs we knew we probably weren’t going to play live. This time around every one of these songs will fall into the live repertoire.”
Servants of the Sun dishes out 10 new original songs packed with that sunny California groove. Check out Hill’s laid back grooving on “Chauffeur’s Daughter”:
The band is currently on tour, though they will be taking the rest of 2019 off after the departure of keyboardist Adam MacDougall. Servants of the Sun is available now CD, vinyl and as a digital download (iTunes and Amazon MP3).
Servants Of The Sun Track List:
- Some Earthly Delights
- Let It Fall
- Rare Birds
- Venus In Chrome
- Stars Fell On California
- Comin’ Round The Mountain
- The Chauffeur’s Daughter
- Dice Game
- Madder Rose Interlude
- A Smiling Epitaph