Perpetual Groove Launches Kickstarter Campaign For New Studio Album September 6, 2017 10:26

Veteran Georgia jam rockers Perpetual Groove have revealed plans for their first studio album in seven years, and you can be an active part of this release. The band detailed an official Kickstarter campaign on Tuesday, which promises 'great rewards' for each of their loyal backers. The campaign even includes an entertaining video featuring frontman Brock Butler as famous television painter Bob Ross. This will be the band's first full-length studio release since 2009's Heal, which included favorites such as "Lost Connection," "Too Close To The Sun," and "Honey Cut." See below for the band's official statement via Facebook, which includes a direct link to the campaign. The official "Brock Ross" video can also be found below.

  • Be a part of Perpetual Groove history!

    It's been seven years since Perpetual Groove released a full-length album. We've never been able to release an album on vinyl. Now is the time to remedy both of these issues and we want YOU to join us in the process of doing it! Perpetual Groove has always been for the people BY the people. You have supported us from day one and now we have an entire stack of never-before heard tunes and some road tested gems that must make their way to the studio!

    With the support from all of you and this Kickstarter campaign, we'll be able to release an album in a way we have never done before. We'll be making videos of the process to share with you along the way, and will finally be able to release a vinyl recording for the first time ever!

    We've got tons of great rewards for all of our backers...and if you aren't able to pledge right now simply sharing this post with your friends would still be a huge help. Plus it'll let more people experience "the Joy of Recording with Brock Ross."

    Sincerely, Adam, Albert, Brock, and Matt - Perpetual Groove

    Click here to visit the Kickstarter campaign today!

Watch the official 'Brock Ross' video here:
Watch Perpetual Groove's music video for "Paper Dolls" here: