Breanne Marie & The Front Porch Sinners Set to Release New Album, 'Juniper'

After spending most of 2020 in the studio, country music band, Breanne Marie & The Front Porch Sinners are ready to let us hear what they've got.  They recently announced that their new album, "Juniper", will be released next month.

The Front Porch Sinners consists of Evan Tepler on guitar; Johnny Peterson on pedal steel and mandolin; Kyle Gondik-Anderson on bass; Matt Groom on drums; Kailyn Spencer on fiddle and Danielle Gondik-Anderson on background vocals. The group plays "Great Lakes country music" which is an alt-country sound using classic country instruments mixed with lyrics that speak to the hard times and natural beauty of rust belt communities like Duluth, Minnesota.

The new music is Breanne's most introspective songwriting yet. For the 9 track project, Marie worked with Twin Cities based Vicky Emerson for pre-production and Rich Mattson of Sparta Sound for Engineering. Guest musicians Matt Leibfried and Matt Sjelin brought trumpet and piano to the kaleidoscope of sounds. National street date is February 19th, 2021.

From emotional tunes like Hard Time and Too Tired to Cry to the country energy of tracks like Central Hillside -- which nicely mixes folk and Zydeco elements, the album showcases the band's versatility, the talent of lead singer, Breanne Marie and the creativity that can come out of a quarantine.