Simplicity is essential for the lo-fi mixture of folk/indie rock and roll from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA duo Two Gallants. Acquiring their name from a Wayne Joyce short tale, Adam Stephens (vocals/acoustic guitar/harmonica) and Tyson Vogel (drums/vocals) have already been playing collectively as Two Gallants since 2002, sounding similar to a filthy Southern folk take action than their Bay Region origins may in the beginning recommend. They released their debut, The Throes, in 2004 on Alive Information and adopted up 2 yrs later using what the Toll Tells on Saddle Creek. In June 2007, the Gallants prepped their target audience for his or her upcoming self-titled full-length (released in Sept) having a five-song EP, The Landscapes of Farewell. The EP was their 1st launch since an Oct 2006 event in a Houston golf club in which law enforcement attempted to quit a Two Gallants display to concern a noise problem, ending inside a scuffle and two customers becoming tasered. The altercation resulted in Vogel spending a night time in prison and a little uprising within the indie music community after tales regarding the occurrence proceeded to go viral. The group’s 4th studio record, The Bloom as well as the Blight, was made by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Explosions in the Sky) and released in 2012; it had been the duo’s initial record for ATO Information. Following a large plan of touring throughout 2013, the duo ultimately returned towards the documenting studio room, where they caused Karl Derfler (Tom Waits, Smash Mouth area) on the fifth record. They going to Panoramic Home studios in California and spent per month in 2014 documenting WE HAVE BEEN Undone, that was released on Feb 3, 2015.