Woods performing at Flow Festival in Helsinki, Finland in 2013
|Origin||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Associated acts||Real Estate|
Chuck Van Dyck
|Past members||John Andrews
G. Lucas Crane
Woods have released nine albums, the latest being City Sun Eater in the River of Light. Pitchfork Media reviewed one of their previous albums, Songs of Shame, giving the band its "Best New Music" designation and described the sound as "a distinctive blend of spooky campfire folk, lo-fi rock, homemade tape collages, and other noisy interludes, all anchored by deceptively sturdy melodies."
Singer-guitarist and founder Jeremy Earl also runs the rising Brooklyn label Woodsist, for whom the band releases their work.
- How to Survive In + In The Woods (2006)
- At Rear House (2007)
- Woods Family Creeps (2008)
- Songs of Shame (2009)
- At Echo Lake (2010)
- Sun and Shade (2011)
- Bend Beyond (2012)
- With Light and with Love (2014)
- City Sun Eater in the River of Light (2016)
Singles & EPs
- "To Clean" b/w "Rain On" (Live On WVKR" (7″ Half Machine, 2009) U.K. Issue
- "Sunlit" b/w "The Dark" (7" Captured Tracks, 2009)
- "I Was Gone" - EP (12" Woodsist, 2010)
- "Find Them Empty" b/w "Be There" (7" Woodsist, 2011)
- "Cali in a Cup" b/w "Give Your Light Off" (7" Woodsist, 2012)
- "Be All Be Easy" b/w "God's Children" (7" Woodsist, 2013)
- "Tambourine Light" b/w "Tomorrow's Only Yesterday" (7" Woodsist, 2014)
- Jeremy Earl - vocals, composer, guitar, twelve-string guitar, producer, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, drums, percussion, engineer, bass guitar
- Jarvis Taveniere - guitar, twelve-string guitar, electric guitar, composer, bass, producer, engineer, mixing
- Aaron Neveu - drums, acoustic guitar, bass
- Chuck Van Dyck - bass guitar (2014-present)
- Kyle Forester - keyboards, saxophone (2016-present)
- John Andrews - piano, organ, musical saw
- Kevin Morby - bass guitar
- G. Lucas Crane - tapes, keyboards
- Christian DeRoeck - guitar
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- Sabbath, Chris (August 27, 2009). "Woods: Reworked quartet's 'Songs of Shame'", San Francisco Chronicle, p. F4. Retrieved on 2009-09-03.
- Noisey: Features - Morby's Midwest Heart
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