The Old West. Hot, dry and a true mess. Women and men needed true grit to survive the hardships of the newly claimed land. A time of feared outlaws, predatory cattlemen, heroic sheriffs and brave men that won the West. In other words, a time that has been highly romanticized. The tales close to the truth didn’t always have a happy ending.
The troubadours of Sunfire compose tales about these hard times and work as much as they can to entertain the audience with gritty and quite dance-able Alternative Western Folk. Influenced by Americana, Roots, blues and a pinch of sweet, good ol’ fiddle music this five-headed band gets a unique sound unlike any other.
Sunfire write and compose their own material, they released their second album “Sinners’ Town” August 2018. The band skilfully utilizes americana, folk, country and bluegrass, something you’ll easily pick up on when listening to the album. Expect raw vocals, enthralling tales, and irresistible rhythms and melodies.
The album feels like the Sonoran Desert, pure, hot, wild, and unpredictable.