Charlotte’s Loudermilks have a new album out, y’all. Yep, the boys who once called themselves Lou Ford are still kicking around, making what they call “rural pop.” Whatever that is (we think it's another word for "Americana," which was another word for "country"), brothers Alan and Chad Edwards always seem to be naming their bands after somebody else. In this case, Loudermilk is the real last name of the classic bluegrass duo of Ira and Charlie Louvin. At least this name makes more sense than Lou Ford (who was the villain in The Killer Insdie Me), seeing as how, like the Louvins, the Edwards bros sing quite pretty together.
Check out a brand new Loudermilks song right 'cheer, from the new album Monument: