From high in the Rocky Mountains, Last Of The Easy Riders descend with Unto The Earth, its new psych-infused country-rock long-player.?! While the Easy Riders’ first outing, a self-titled EP from 2016, exhibited the band’s kaleidoscope of trippy guitar sounds and production techniques, this debut full length unveils the band’s earnest songwriting chops and knack for genuine Bakersfield-Sound country.?! The band certainly didn’t abandon its lysergic-leanings, however: note the mind-warping title track, which also serves as the lead single. With no shortage of jangly guitars, piano and pedal steel, this album no doubt echoes Clarence White-era Byrds, but it doesn’t stray far from the band’s Southwestern-rock ’n’ roll roots.?! “Almost all the lyrics are intended to paint vivid pictures, and give listeners a sense of place,” says the band’s co-founder Christopher Minarik (guitar / backing vocals).?!