Over the years, Peter More and his bandmates have called many places home. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, More joined forces with Spanish flamenco guitarist José Juan Poyatos, Mexican bassist Diego Noyola, and French-American drummer Adrien Faunce in San Miguel de Allende, the colonial arts haven three hours north of Mexico City. There, the band began to record with prolific drummer Rick Shlosser (who played on many Van Morrison and James Taylor classics, among hundreds of other credits). A chance encounter with Steely Dan's Donald Fagen, who happened to be visiting San Miguel, led to Fagen producing More's debut album, "Beautiful Disrepair," and his follow-up EP entitled "Shoulder."
A sense of wanderlust underscores More's music, weaving many influences and intersections from the principal songwriter and lead singer's unconventional journey. These layered stories naturally evolved with the band’s continual movement beyond San Miguel that took place in Fort Worth, New York City, and Woodstock. At turns contemplative and rousing, More's lyrics and vocals make his music feel uncomplicated and original.