Trails and Ways Crowdfunding New Album ‘Own It’

Trails and Ways

Trails and Ways is an indie pop outfit hailing from Oakland, California and they’ve got a new full-length album headed your way.

The band formed back in 2012 and since then, they’ve released 4 EPs — each one better than the last. Their most recent work, Pathology (2015) was a project rich with psychedelic acoustics and funky backbeats and rhythm.

Their new album Own It is set to be their best work yet, a culmination of the many pitfalls life puts before us. Written organically after the harsh loss of two beloved band mates, the project has developed into a very intimate and fleshy work of art highlighting the passion and dedication the group has put into the creation of their artwork.

You can go take a quick look at the Kickstarter campaign they’ve got going. Trails and Ways has come up with dozens of incentives to reward you for your support and, quite frankly, these guys are definitely worth a shot.

Masterfully Unpredictable

You never really know what to expect from this bunch.

One minute they’ve got a psychedelic feel, comparable to well-known bands like Tame Impala, but in the very next instant, they’ll create a sound all their own. This “sound” is one that’s beautifully individualistic, a wonderful display of creativity and originality via song.

Just days ago, Tails and Ways released a song called “Get Loud” and it’s an excellent demonstration of just how hard they’ve been working.

I’d suggest taking the time to go check them out on their Soundcloud. Trails and Ways has a wide variety of songs for you to sing along to, and they aren’t stoppin’ any time soon.

Trails and Ways Set For Success

Now, Trails and Ways has only been around for all of four years. But since their inception, they’ve released a project every single year — and they’ve all been outstanding. Honestly, it’s only a matter of time before they find their way to the limelight and even become a household name in the music industry.

They’ve got everything they need to get to the top, but just could use a helping hand to get there.