from the forthcoming EP, People Like Ourselves – out December
The Georgia Flood Releases New Single “Better Not Together” Sept. 2
The First Single Release Off Their Forthcoming EP People Like Ourselves
Atlanta-based band, The Georgia Flood, will release the first of three monthly singles, “Better Not Together,” September 2nd as a lead-up to their debut national release, People Like Ourselves, which comes out in December.
Immersive Atlanta premiered the track last week and said “If this is what we can expect from the rest of their upcoming EP, sign me up for all of it.”
Recorded at Black Cat Studios in Griffin, GA, with producer Jason Hoard, “Better Not Together” has already found fans in the band’s hometown where the song has been featured heavily on 99X Radio’s “Something Local” rotation and on Radio 105.7’s “Locals Only” show. In addition, The Georgia Flood have been playing the song live in concert the past few months while opening for national touring artists including Robert Randolph and The Family Band, Sister Hazel and Radio Birds, with whom the band just wrapped an August tour. The September 2nd release will be the first time that the song will be commercially available.
The Georgia Flood consists of two brothers, Brooks Mason and Lane Kelly. Barely into their 20’s the brothers have been playing music since they were pre-teens. The full People Like Ourselves EP consists of genre-bending alt-rock tunes that take influences from Kings of Leon to The Black Keys to John Mayer.