This week, Webster’s Wheel, Opelika, Alabama, acoustic indie folk duo, sets out across the southeast on their Milk & Grass Tour 2021 in tandem with the release of their new album Milk & Grass. The album comes out this Friday, Aug. 6, and Music Existence says listeners are going to find Milk & Grass to be “quite the treasured studio LP this summer season.”
On their Milk & Grass Tour, Webster’s Wheel will be performing for Auburn University’s first annual Tigerfest sponsored by WEGL 91.1 FM and the University Program Council in Auburn on Saturday, Aug. 21.
The duo has been writing in full force from their humble beginnings and there is no slowing them down as they release their third full-length album. Ballyhoo Magazine says, “Milk & Grass captures the Alabama twosome sounding more divinely in touch with the medium than ever before.”
“We hang out on the porch a lot playing with the cats, listening to the crickets and observing nature,” says the duo. “With Milk & Grass, we hope to share the honest feelings we receive as we sit, gazing across the overgrown fields beneath the summer sun.”
Webster’s Wheel will be covering a lot of ground in the next few weeks on their Milk & Grass Tour, performing in five states in nine days spanning the eastern country-side from Florida all the way up to Virginia.
“This is our first time traveling this far out as a band so this tour feels like a real milestone for us,” says the duo. “We’re looking forward to sharing our music with those who really need it.”
For more information on Webster’s Wheel’s upcoming album and tour, visit www.websterswheel.com.
ABOUT WEBSTER’S WHEEL:
Webster’s Wheel are a rising acoustic indie folk duo from the southern hills of Alabama. Their captivating harmonies, poetic lyricism and southern charm are a surefire heart revival. To quote one reviewer at IndieShark Music Magazine, “It’s hard to avoid getting lost in the sonic gaze generated by these two when they’re clicking like nobody’s business.”