Get the new album from Campdogzz on standard black vinyl.
Campdogzz self-released their debut album Riders in the Hills of Dying Heaven in 2015 almost as an accident; they met when lead singer Jess Price was pursuing filmmaking and filming a documentary on two of the members’ previous band. The result is an eerily spot-on mix of the wispy, rustic feel of Price’s native Oklahoma and the heavy, industrial rock vibes of their base of Chicago. Despite the delicate aspects to much of their sound, Price’s Florence and the Machine-esque vocals add an element of pain that will appeal to the emo-est of listeners. For In Rounds, Campdogzz gained the support of fellow midwestern rockers Cursive and became the first band officially signed to their brand new label 15 Passenger. The band will join Cursive on the road for much of their current tour, so it’s safe to say we’ll be hearing their name a lot more as their reach expands across the country.