Moonshine Kids play a unique, nonlinear sort of folk-rock. Their debut album, Endless Wilderness, was released in December of 2016, after six years of drifting between bluegrass, funk, folkrock, metal, and jazz. The album explores human interactions with nature, both experientially and introspectively. Moonshine Kids put on an energetic live show, and have shared stages with acts like The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Tangleweed, and Ryan Corn.
“Hayes Peebles has been floating around Brooklyn’s folk scene for several years now, making a name for himself among the circuit’s bars and small venues. Now the New York native’s vintage-inspired folk tunes are starting to make their way out of Brooklyn, thanks in part to the strength of his 2017 EP Ghosts and subsequent release of two additional tracks, “Airways” and “Bella.” Those recent releases show the young songwriter to be a distinct new voice in Americana songwriting, one who’s clearly studied up on his idols before him.” -Rolling Stone Country