Midwestern singer/songwriter Adam Torres became a fixture from the burgeoning indie picture of Athens, Ohio in the middle-2000s. During this time period, he break up his time taken between Switzerland, where his parents had been living, and Athens, where he went to college and performed both being a single musician and with reputed indie folk clothing Southeast Engine. After spending the summertime of 2005 in Switzerland, Torres came back to Ohio using a cache of brand-new songs that could constitute his 2006 debut, Nostra Nova. Offering contributions from all over the Athens musical community, the record was a sprawling and ambitious creation structured around Torres’ folk-flavored, intellectual music, a lot of which have been motivated by his latest curiosity about the writings of psychologist Carl Jung. Although record received an extremely limited D.We.Y. discharge, it became something of the cult classic over time among those that knew about any of it. From 2005-2008, Torres continuing to record and tour with Southeast Engine, and after graduating university resided in Ecuador for quite some time. In 2012, Washington, D.C.-structured cassette label DZ Tapes released a self-titled group of demos Torres had produced during his amount of time in SOUTH USA. He ultimately relocated to Austin, Tx, where he immersed himself in the neighborhood indie picture and began focusing on materials for another correct studio discharge. In 2015, Misra Information reissued his debut, Nostra Nova. In 2016, it had been announced Torres acquired signed with Unwanted fat Possum Information, which released his long-awaited follow-up, Pearls to Swine, in Sept of that calendar year.