Badlands is a twelve song, two-act musical journey inspired by sci-fi Spaghetti Western themes, and features guest vocals from Elizabeth Hopkins (courtesy of Warner Bros. Records) and BJ Barham (of American Aquarium) and cover art by David Paul Seymour.
"Badlands is one of the finest big-time rock records to come from the area in recent years, an effort that seems poised for attention far beyond the band's previous local focus." - Spencer Griffith, Independent Weekly
"...spent 3 years working on Badlands and their efforts will put North Carolina squarely on the national music map. With top notch guest vocalists and the freedom to explore sound and style that a two act release allows, Badlands, breaks from recording norms and offers listeners a chance to hear both the familiar and the new. " - Indie Minded
"Exhibiting southern indie sensibility in spades" - Bucket Full of Nails
Devil In Here features 12 songs recorded live in a room with 16 microphones and a 3-piece string section all in front of 2 sold out crowds seated at the old Amplified Art gallery in Raleigh, North Carolina.
On the evening of January 19th, 2013, the members of Jack the Radio took their seats in front of an intimate but spirited group of fans in Raleigh's Amplified Art gallery for the tracking and filming of the groups first live album and DVD.
Cover art by Tim Lee.
The band's debut full length record, which landed their music on commercials for companies like Squarespace, Oakley, Kraftig Beer, Weber Grill, HEB Fest and on television on shows like Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations and Necessary Roughness.
Cover art by George Hage with photograph by Story Photographers.