Nashville indie label Black Numbers will be releasing the debut album by Dirty Shrines.
The Fort Collins based band includes Tim Browne & Brian Van Proyen of Elway and Drew Johnson of Chumped. Their debut LP, Digital Ego, leans into their love of 70’s rock and 90’s alternative mixed with pop-punk. You can listen to their new single “Every Mile” now at No Echo. “Every Mile” will be available on all digital platforms on Friday, July 16th. Digital Echo will release on Friday, September 17th and vinyl pre-orders are available now from Black Numbers.
Tim Browne – Vocals & Guitar
Brian Van Proyen – Guitar & Vocals
Drew Johnson – Bass & Vocals
Max Barcelow – Drums, Percussion,& Vocals
Produced by Collin Ingram at TBC Studios
Mixed by Justin Yates
Mastered by Collin Jordan at The Boiler Room
Dirty Shrines is a rock band from Fort Collins, Colorado founded in 2018 by longtime friends and musical collaborators Tim Browne and Brian Van Proyen (Elway), Drew Johnson (Chumped), and Max Barcelow (Gregory Alan Isakov). They owe their sound to a melange of influences from Steely Dan and Hall & Oates to Jets to Brazil and The Killers. The result of a few years of tinkering is Dirty Shrines’ debut LP “Digital Ego”: a begrudgingly self-aware treatise on the terminally-online world via 10 track flight of fancy that dabbles equally in 70s rock, power pop, punk, and indie.