Great Peacock

The latest full-length from Cordovas, Destiny Hotel is a work of wild poetry and wide-eyed abandon, set to a glorious collision of folk and country and groove-heavy rock-and-roll. In a major creative milestone for the Tennessee-based band—vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Joe Firstman, keyboardist Sevans Henderson, guitarist/vocalist Lucca Soria and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Toby Weaver—the album harnesses the freewheeling energy of their live show more fully than ever, all while lifting their songwriting to a whole new level of sophistication.

Nashville’s Great Peacock will return to the stage in May on a co-headlining tour with fellow Tennesseans Cordovas. The twelve dates will take them through the South — Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia — as well as shows in Cincinnati, Chicago, and Indianapolis. Great Peacock released their latest album Forever Worse Better last year on Soundly Music.


Nashville Southern rockers Great Peacock have released their highly anticipated third LP Forever Worse Better to critical acclaim.


Nashville Southern rockers Great Peacock have officially announced an October 9 release date for the band's third LP, Forever Worse Better, and have shared the first single "All I Ever Do" at American Songwriter, who called their new album, "pretty weighty material." The track was also featured as a "Song of the Week" at Rolling Stone Country, who said they, "split the difference between Tom Petty’s jangle and the otherworldly swirl of Eighties college-rock."

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