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Cut Worms’ most recent record, Hollow Ground, crackles and pops in your ears like a record that’s withstood years of love. Going by alias Cut Worms, Max Clarke has transcended back in time, grabbing a hold of his roots in Cleveland, Ohio. Hollow Ground sounds like a trip down memory lane, telling the personal story of heartbreak that Clarke has faced, yet so many can relate to. “With my baby right under my arm/Leave this city, go back to the farm/Oh, I'd be alone at last/Oh, and the sky will pass below the sun.” Cut Worms unfolds his longing for former days in the first track, “How It Can Be.” The jangle and twang of Max Clarke’s guitar slaps you in the face with the next few tracks, redolent of The Everly Brothers or an early Beatles single. Currently located in Brooklyn, New York, Cut Worms’ nostalgic feel cuts straight to the point; there is nothing like being with the one you love, in a place you love.

Cut Worms is going on tour this fall with Lord Huron and Michael Rault throughout the South West, a must see for all who love the raw nostalgia of adolescence. Sticking to Clarke’s DIY roots, limited edition tapes of Hollow Ground will be released via Dumpster Tapes starting September 20th! Order one HERE.