Coyote Union Announces Debut Album

Article Contributed by Pipeline Productions | Published on Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Indie Rock band, Coyote Union has launched an Indiegogo campaign in support of their first full-length studio album. The 13-track un-named album will be recorded at Trout Recording Studio in Brooklyn, NY and produced by Bryce Goggin. Goggin has produced Phish’s Farmhouse and Pavement’s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain to name a few. The band plans to record and mix with Goggin in Brooklyn for two weeks in September and October and is looking to release the album in early 2016. 

Coyote Union, a quartet from Mountain Home, Arkansas consists of Jordan Finley (bass, vocals), Jake Sunnerville (guitar, vocals), Randy Merriam (guitar, vocals), and Wes Dorethy (guitar, mandolin, keys, violin, vocals). A small town band with big time dreams all focused on one goal; to make the best music we can make and travel the world playing it.  The band is offering contributors to the album a variety of rewards including a pre-release album download, handwritten lyrics for a song or the album, an acoustic video session, personal cover song, a private show, a chance to name the album and much more.

Coyote Union’s sound is the culmination of their influences and experiences, drawing from the down home roots and punk-rock sensibility and the need to create deep connections. Their style is a melting pot of rock, punk, blues, folk, Americana and a touch of classical and grunge, but, no matter what the style, they always play from the heart. Rather than writing hits, Coyote Union’s aim is to reach people that need to hear their songs for inspiration, and to help them through the down times, writing about love, anger, passion, conquering, accomplishment, triumph, sadness and sorrow. Both their dynamic music and deeply moving lyrics take listeners on an emotional roller coaster and pull on the heart strings.

For more information on how to support Coyote Union’s Indiegogo campaign visit their page: