While illustrating simple themes of hopes and fears, Cabin manages to elevate the everyday and sweeten the bitter moments into cinematic worth. Cabin's, melodically driven rock, explores the depth of sound while never ignoring the gravity of lyrics and melody. Never a servant to fashion or time, Cabin's music will prove to hold up against the past, present and future of Rock' n' Roll. In August of 2004, Cabin emerged without history onto the Louisville music scene, earning the praise, 'Band out of nowhere'.
Among the legions of fans CABIN has gained since their 2005 debut Govern the Good Life the band can count Sufjan Stevens who personally recommended them on his MySpace account as "a band you need to check out". Now the band, recently signed to Machine Records, is ready to hit the road and take their craft to a national audience with this long awaited follow up release, the I Was Here ep, which features five brand new songs including the epic first single 'I Was Here'.
After honing the finer elements of their live performance (opening for several national bands including The Von Bondies, VHS or Beta and others), and while drawing comparisons to My Morning Jacket, Coldplay and U2 from radio, press and other taste makers, CABIN has continued to write and record "... songs that are epics of atmosphere and melody, where the lingering spaces between notes are just as important as the tender, evocative music.' (Courier Journal). This four piece, melodically driven rock band, explores the depth of sound while never ignoring the gravity of lyrics and melody. Never a servant to fashion or time, CABINS's music will prove to hold up against the past, present and future of Rock' n' Roll.