The St. Louis roots, rock and ‘grass duo River Kittens have shared their new song “Trouble” ahead of their forthcoming, debut EP Soaking Wet is due out on May 28 via Create Records.
The River Kittens have been on tour with The Allman Betts Band as direct support for several weeks already this year, and are gearing up to head back out later this month.
“Trouble” follows the release of “Illinois Boy” earlier this spring, as well as a bluegrass makeover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City” which was released earlier this year.
LISTEN to "Illinois Boy"
WATCH "Atlantic City" (Bruce Springsteen cover)
River Kittens, Allie Vogler and Mattie Schell sound like they’ve been singing together their entire lives. They sing like angels and fight like sisters, even though the pair first met and sang together at a metal bar in 2014. They’re salty and sweet, and sometimes sour too, but their two unique approaches blend together perfectly. River Kittens’ effortless harmonies and honest songwriting can move an audience to laughter or tears, sometimes both.