An 11 piece rock/folk sensation. East Cameron Folkcore creates their own brand of big, cathartic, rock-inflected folk music with a tinge of punk thrown in for good measure. The band has recently been catching the ear of Jon Pareles, the esteemed music critic for the NY Times, who caught the band's SXSW showcase and listed them in his "Band's To Check Out" Spotify playlist. NPR listed them as "One of the best bands we heard at SXSW 2014," and Austin Monthly featured them in their "10 Bands To Watch" article. This self proclaimed "loud orchestral folk rock" band, sings songs that represent the 99% and express the disgruntled and under-employed youth of which they are a part. Hoping to bring back a social consciousness that seems to be missing in most music today, their hair-raising live shows will have you screaming along and punching your fist in the air. The band is currently in the studio finishing up their 3rd full length album to be released in the fall. Having recently completed an extensive tour of Germany, Austria and Switzerland in support of their album For Sale, Rolling Stone called it "a celebratory madness - music against the system, with brain, heart and clenched fist."