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Adventūs arrived in 2012, followed by Hippie Love Punk in 2015, both of which were released under the Departed moniker.

It's always plugging away in the background." Mc Clure's career may be the definition of plugging away, enough so that he has the unique distinction of being "discovered" twice.

Before starting American Wrestler, he was one-half of Working For a Nuclear Free City, a shoegaze-inspired band out of Manchester, England.

"It's truly about becoming good enough to write the album you wanted to listen to when you were 15," he says.

"Every time I make a new record, I feel like I'm getting closer." Goodbye Terrible Youth (November 4, Fat Possum) shows Mc Clure taking bedroom recordings onto a bigger stage without sacrificing the intimacy that makes them so attractive.

"Someone Far Away," propelled by a massive, fuzzy bassline, makes a perfect soundtrack for a long desert drive, while the angular and angsty, while "Terrible Youth" opens with a muscular take on the mid section riff of Marquee Moon, than fuzzes into grunge over a Stone Roses bass line along with a bit of Big Star swagger.

When Mc Clure's homemade recordings surfaced in late 2014, they featured the kind of lo-fi charm you'd expect from a lost classic, like a long-lost mixtape rediscovered under the seat of your car.Canada recruited Plato to play in his new project, Cody Canada & the Departed, featuring Seth James on guitar, Steve Littleton on keyboards, and Dave Bowen on drums.Canada's first album with the Departed, This Is Indian Land, was released through Underground Sound in the summer of 2011.At the age of eight, Canada started playing guitar, and by the time he was a teenager, his family had relocated to Yukon, Oklahoma, where he became friends with a handful of guys who shared his love of outlaw country (Steve Earle, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson are cited as special favorites) and hard-edged rock & roll (anything from classic Southern rock to '90s grunge).Carney With drummer Randy Ragsdale, guitarist Grady Cross, and bassist Matt Wiedemann, Canada formed the band Cross Canadian Ragweed in 1994 (they came up with the name by putting together elements of their names), and they soon relocated to Stillwater, Oklahoma, where they fell in with the thriving local musical community, particularly the Americana-friendly Red Dirt scene.By 2013, Mc Clure and bandmate Phil Kay decided to wind the project down.

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