Perpetual Grass Shares Album & Roses Are Free Cover

One project we’ve got our eyes on this fall is Perpetual Grass, an outfit featuring former Perpetual Groove front man Brock Butler and the three members of James Justin and company (aka JJ & Company). The quartet recently released a transcendent six-song album dubbed Theep featuring bluegrass and roots-based versions of Perpetual Groove classics. PGrass also has shared a video containing their unique reworking of Ween’s “Roses Are Free.”

Theep was recorded with no overdubs as the quartet gathered around a single microphone. Take a listen to the EP, which features PGroove gems “Three Weeks,” “Smile Again,” “All This Everything,” “For Now Forget,” “Andromeda” and “TSMM.” Here we go:

Perpetual Grass also shared an amazing, bluegrass-tinged version of Ween’s “Roses Are Free.” Check it out:

PGrass soon embarks on a Virginia tour that includes dates in Urbanna (November 7 at Barn Bash), White Stone (November 13 at Willaby’s), Hampton (November 14 at The Tap House) and Richmond (November 15 at The Camel).