Five young lads from southeast Louisiana bringing wholesome daily servings of sunshine to your ears. In the beginning there were three. Conceived drunkenly betwixt a kumbaya guitar circle, freshman year at university, baton rouge. A trio consisting of Matt Meche (drums), Ethan Belanger (guitar) and Gabriel Delaney (bass/vocals) subsequently jammed, yielding a song that was performed 24 hours later at an open mic night in one of LSU’s most choice campus dive-bars. Realizing that the project had become sentient, the trio expanded to a quartet, enlisting Zack Blum to helm the kick drum cannon, moving Meche to reinforce the guitar front-lines. The new formed structure quickly obtained momentum and began rocking nearly out of control for years after. It wasn’t until the discovery and addition of piano-whisperer Jordan Anderson that the group recognized the shimmering missing musical jigsaw. Now fully actualized, armed and operational, The Dulac Smack have no plans of deceleration.
An obscenely generous serving of led zeppelin
(6-9) red hot chili peppers
(1-2 slices) foo fighters
(4.2oz) dave mathews band
a dash of joe cocker for zest
bring to a broil and let your ears feast upon