Robert Hill & The Muskogee Few formed back in 2014 when Robert Hill, Peter Granström and Johan Toft found each other through their mutual love of American folk music while gigging around the Swedish blues scene in different constellations. Soon enough Martin Fälthammar, Carl Lindholm and Christer Lyssarides joined the Group, bringing about a brand new style of modern psychedelic roots music. Mixing traditional American folk styles with more modern influences they quickly amassed a cult following travelling through Sweden playing their original material for evergrowing crowds.
After releasing their aptly named EP, "Robert Hill & The Muskogee Few" in 2016 they soon enough started gathering material for their 1st full length album, still it was only after meeting and befriending David Svedmyr, the man who would eventually end up as their producer at one of their festival gigs in Stockholm, they finally stepped into the famous Swedish studio, Silence Studios in Koppom and recorded their full length debut over a period of 4 days. The album consists of 9 original songs all written by Robert Hill and then arranged by the entire band. Drawing influences from other bands and writers such as, The Band, Bob Dylan, Rev Gary Davis, Dylan Thomas, Jack Kerouac and Leonard Cohen.