The Louisiana Project have released their brand new EP, ‘When My Time Comes‘.
The EP was co-engineered with Antoine Arvizu who Co-engineered Sublimes 40 OZ TO Freedom, and mastered by GFM Recording in Kansas City. This EP is a culmination of months of hard work between lifelong friends in an effort to put something out to be proud of.
The project started off as an inspiration from a troubling time in Front man JJ Eaton’s life after a health scare. This ultimately led him to question himself and what he was doing, and his value in life. Taking influence from a plethora of artists, such as Metallica, Eric Clapton and Chris Stapleton, this EP showcases the band’s talents musically, with their distinctive songwriting style but obvious inspiration from other country and alt-rock outfits and figures.
Having started playing the guitar at the age of 12, JJ Eaton has completed a few previous recordings in the past that have never been released, as these never made it past the demo stage of production. He has been a fan of a range of genres of music over the years, and it definitely shines through in his collection of tracks. The name ‘The Louisiana Project‘ comes from a friend of his that he believed had passed away but came to find out was still alive.
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