Atlanta-based, Arizona-born rock band, The Endangered Species, who tell a tale of loss, hardship, and redemption on their track “Mirror on the Wall,” “and forthcoming, self-titled album, produced by music industry veteran, Joey Huffman (Izzy Stradlin, Soul Asylum, Drivin n Cryin). Music this raw and authentic stems from experience, and brothers and central figures, Wade and Robin Divver, have had more than their fair share of hard times. On February 12th, 2001, their father was brutally murdered by the Sinaloan drug cartel.
The only living memory the brothers have of their father were his most prized possessions: a 1983 Fender Stratocaster and a 1967 Gibson SG. The album arrives October 18th, just in time for their father’s birthday. “The track is pure pain and soul, an explosion of frosty vocals, slick guitar and fierce B3 organ playing.”
Listen to “Mirror on the Wall“