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The past year was one full of highlights for San Antonio, Texas - based contemporary rock n roll band, the Rambling Souls. Having released their debut EP, The Road Less Traveled, in late 2018, the band spent 2019 promoting, recording, and gaining traction in the industry. Among their victories of the past year are a triumphant appearance in Austin during SXSW in March, the completion of a second EP, and a summer tour of the Southwest that culminated in a show at legendary venue, the Mint -  and an in-studio appearance on Sirius XM's Covino and Rich Show - in Los Angeles.

With so many reasons to celebrate, other bands might find themselves tempted to rest on their laurels a bit. Not the Rambling Souls. Featuring soaring lead vocals and a twin guitar attack set against a rock-solid rhythm section, the band's self-titled second EP is due out in late winter 2020, with US tour plans in the works for the months following. Recorded and mixed at world-class Stone Creek Sound by Anthony Diaz De Leon (The Panic Division, Nothing More), the new EP brings a deeper, some might say darker, side of the band into the light. With a wide range of influences, from Delta blues and 90's alt-rock, to legends such as the Black Crowes and contemporaries like Rival Sons, the record captures the essence of a band that has just arrived, yet has only begun to move.


The Rambling Souls (left to right) - Aaron Montano-Teague, guitar; Javi Padilla, bass; Dexter Haskins, vocals; Austin Burns, drums; Gabe Jimenez, guitar.

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