Raucous Mississippi rock combo the Weeks got their start early, forming in 2006 while all from the members were even now in senior high school. Staffed by twin brothers Cyle (business lead vocals) and Cain Barnes (drums), Samuel Williams (electric guitar, vocals), and Damien Bone tissue (bass), things found quickly for the Jackson-based quartet, who agreed upon to the Esperanza Plantation label and released their debut, Cadillac Return, in 2008. Their swaggering, sludgy, and somewhat Southern indie rock and roll was further extended on the follow-up EP, Rumspringa, which arrived a year afterwards. Pursuing their self-released second record, Dry Land ISN’T a Misconception, the Weeks loaded up and shifted to Nashville, where they agreed upon a new cope with Kings of Leon’s label, Serpents and Snakes. With the brand new label deal emerged higher exposure because of their hooky third LP, Gutter Gaunt Gangster, because they continuing to dial within their freewheeling rock and roll audio. Their Serpents and Snakes follow-up, 2014’s horn-laden Dear Bo Jackson, noticed a further growth of their audio and place them before European viewers while touring with Kings of Leon. A 12 months later on, the four-song Control keys EP acted like a placeholder as the Weeks hunkered down at Memphis’ famous Ardent Studios to record their 5th recording, 2017’s Easy.