Acoustic Alley: TRIATHALON
We recently caught up with Savannah-based four-piece ensemble, Triathalon, when they were in Macon opening for the Reptar in October. The band channels the surf-rock tones and harmonies of the early ’60s, drawing inspiration from Brian Wilson and Joe Meek. The band’s debut full-length album, Lo-Tide, was released October 21st via Broken Circles Records and the boy are currently out on a U.S. tour in support of the release.
Earlier in the day, our partners over at GPB Macon invited them for a “Songs on Site” session recording a cover of Little Richard’s “Without Love” at the Tic Toc Room. For our set, they stripped their sound down for the alley, presenting “Hawaiian Boy” off of Lo-Tide and an unreleased number called “It’s You”.
Triathalon – “It’s You”[youtube id=d7K552FvDlU]
Triathalon – “Hawaiian Boy”[youtube id=TxvnsJg8-w8]