Song Premiere: Biscuits & Gravy “Twenty Five”

July 13, 2016

Boston-based funk and soul septet Biscuits & Gravy first came together in 2009 after David Huddleston (vocals), Sam RP (guitar) and Mark “Ghost” Steinert (keys) met at the Berklee College of Music. The group soon came together with Mark Ward (drums), Bobby Boushe Etienne (bass), Craig Hill (Saxophone) and Eric Tait Jr. (trumpet) completing the group. Biscuits & Gravy soon distinguished themselves for their live shows, earning praise for their “bravado of a professional soul band and the swagger of James Dean’s rebel-without-a-cause state of mind.”

In 2012 they released their debut record, Hello Weekend, and today we premiere their latest single “Twenty Five.” The band tells Relix, “There’s a point in your life when you get to a certain age (in this instance it’s turning 25), when people will expect you to drop your dreams and passions to become an ‘adult,’ have a normal job and be able to provide. This song speaks to those people directly. We’re not ready to give up, we’re still going to drive for our passions and live how we want to live.”