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Something Golden now available!

We’re so excited to announce that #SomethingGolden is now available on all digital marketplaces and streaming services! Stream Something Golden on Spotify/Apple Music/iTunes here.

Something Golden was recorded/mixed/mastered in January by Chris Piquette at No Boundaries Studios in North Kingstown, RI. Chris is an absolute wizard and is a true master at his craft, having managed to capture Essence de Back Rhodes, bottle it and deliver it to all you fine folks… Not an easy feat.


It was an absolute pleasure working with Chris and we look forward to returning to No Boundaries to finish up our 2nd full-length release, also titled Something Golden. We’ll periodically be releasing singles in anticipation of release and will keep y’all posted on a release date as soon as we have one. Keep an ear out.



Check Chris out on his website at: ChrisPiquette.com.


Next up: album art.


What’s more golden than a sunset? Ed’s wife and 7th member of Back Rhodes, Steph Williams-Desorcy, captured this intense sunset at Beavertail State Park in Jamestown, RI. We absolutely love this photo and look forward to featuring more of Steph’s photography in our album art in the future. Band friend, Alex Colburn, threw the finishing touches on the album art and delivered with the quickness.



You can follow Steph’s photography page on Instagram at: @swilliams5861.


You can find Alex on Facebook at Alex Colburn Music.


Still reading? Hell yeah! Did we mention we’re excited for you guys to hear this tune? If you dig it, please follow us, like/save Something Golden and add us to your playlists. Spotify’s editors especially pay attention to these actions and it could lead to some exposure for us. It’s been a long time since we’ve released new music and we’d love to hear what you think. Leave us a comment on this post or hit us up on our social media. You can find links to all in the footer of our page.


Take care and thank you!

- Back Rhodes

Text Something Golden is centered over a giant intense blurry sunset on the right side of the album cover. Text Back Rhodes appears smaller and is centered on the bottom of the image.


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