About The Resolectrics
Expanding on their love of American R&B, The Resolectrics are a modern rock power trio exploring the vast landscapes of roots music with layered harmonies, multi-tonal guitar tracks and ambitious arrangements. Since releasing their “Booker T. meets The Band” debut record, High Water, guitarist Tate Peterson, drummer John Becher and bassist Bob Dunham have honed a leaner, meaner approach through continuous gigging and constant refinement. The band’s new record, Open Seas (available summer 2018), adds some timeless, British Invasion-style psychedelia to the mix along with a touch of horns and harmonica that help reconnect the music to its soul-based heritage. It’s a bigger sound that’s radio-ready and set for bigger stages and a larger audience.
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