Formed in 2011, Norfolk, Virginia's Feral Converatives self-released a series of little-heard EP’s before buying a $15 distortion pedal and touring up and down the east coast in a station wagon. After honing their explosive live show, they caught the attention of Egghunt Records for their label debut, 2015‘s cassette EP, The Feeling Noise Becomes. Between bouts on the road, Ferals hit the studio to record their follow up full-length, Here’s To Almost, which debuted in the top 20 CMJ radio add charts in early 2016. Almost went on to be awarded "Album of the Year" at the 2017 Veer Magazine Awards of Hampton Roads.
Their 2017 follow-up Better Lives was mixed and co-produced by Jon Auer (The Posies, Big Star). Unfortunately for all twee indie pop lovers, the band broke up on release day 11/03/17, but their great music catalog lives on for all to enjoy.