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WEARY: in the high country
© 2003 poorbabymusic
country, bluesy, slow and lush. Dark scenes on darker fields.

WEARY: Weary
© 2000 Poor Baby Music
Alt-country meets psychedelic pop in a hash bar.


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Weary lives in the Northwest. They have released 3 records. A new record, Orphans of The Storm (formerly titled: Horse Opera), will be released in 2006...

WEARY: Orphans Of The Storm
© 2006 Poor Baby Music
Release Date: coming soon

Weary's last record, In The High Country, was released in 2003. Reviews of In The High Country: "Brilliant" ~JOHN RICHARDS / KEXP Radio Seattle...

Reviews of Weary-(self titled debut): "This 12-song CD introduces a local band that has solidly described a single degree on the country-rock azimuth. This band has a sound. Kevin Aichler has scratched his guitar pick into his desk at the Tractor School so determinedly that the groove he cuts displays decades of the tree's life taken to build it. Weary are way better than 99 percent of what's out there." ~GRANT COGSWELL/THE STRANGER

WEARY/Show Preview(Breakroom): "Three records vie to be reincarnated through the hands and tongue of Weary's Kevin Aichler: Guns N' Roses' Use Your Illusion II, Dinosaur Jr.'s Where You Been, and Jeff Buckley's Grace. These three notes, however, haven't yet made a new chord. When and if they do, it should be good, and one suspects that moment may be witnessed live, as the musicians of Weary care enough to play a lot of gigs and promote themselves aggressively. They just seem to be one batch of songs away from where they want to be. May the best influence win" ~THE STRANGER

"What Weary does best is generate an atmosphere. This is moody drinking music, lively enough to keep things moving and sad enough to sympathise with why you're getting toasted in the first place." -the Stranger

"Weary knows the importance of pop melody, lending their songs a Byrds-ian swagger and powering their debut into the realm of the most promising new local acts."
-Seattle Weekly

"At times melancholy folk-pop, at other times, heart-felt americana, the new self-titled release is a wonderful effort." -kexp radio.

"Weary's gloriously mellow strumming creates harmonies that warm a guy's soul while he listens, crying into his beer. But by now, we all know that modern-day acoustic country shouldn't always be about depression. If it's going to have a following (and Weary do have a following), at times it's got to be about movement, something Weary are particularly apt at generating. Their rhythms often get the most sullen of Seattle crowds to shake it all, and their acoustic guitar work is rich and textured. Backed by a solid rhythm section, Weary are the most complete-sounding mellow twang outfit I know. They are a truly beautiful band." ~ CHARLES REDELL/THE STRANGER