“Meet Houndmouth, the Best Little Indy Rock Band in Americana.”

Me and the ale.

But seriously — did this guy really use the word “Indianans”? It’s “Hoosier,” national journalist. H-O-O-S-I-E-R.

Apart from this one small hair-puller, Matt Myers is interviewed, and the Houndmouth foursome get some ink.

By the way, the renewal of the Boomtown Ball is this coming Sunday. Houndmouth won’t be closing with a show in 2015, but it should be a fun day nonetheless.

Meet Houndmouth, the Best Little Indy Rock Band in Americana, by Michael Bialas (Huffington Post)

When Houndmouth was ready to start its sophomore album, the fearless foursome went for broke and reached out to Dave Cobb to see if the Nashville producer would take on the project.

Cobb, right now one of the hottest names in the roots hierarchy, already has pushed artists such as Jason Isbell and Sturgill Simpson toward the next level and is on the verge of propelling promising acts such as honeyhoney and Anderson East into the Americana stratosphere with their 2015 records.

Cobb had other ideas for Houndmouth after he was approached by Matt Myers, the Indiana group’s unassuming frontman and guitarist who shares vocal and songwriting duties with his three former high school acquaintances.

Hangout 2015 text”We called him and said, ‘Do you want to do our next record?” Myers related over the phone last week as Houndmouth was heading to its next tour stop — the Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, North Carolina. “He said, ‘Yeah, but I don’t want to make another fucking Americana record.’ “