Listening to their lighthearted gang vocals and buoyant trumpet lines, you could certainly slap The 502s with an ambiguous indie label. Their loosely boondock, on-the-road-again acoustic tenor makes them a fit with the americana crowd.
By Jane Howkins
The music they play is folk in a very Mumford and Sons way, but it sounds as though there’s a little more substance at play here, with that coming first over style on every occasion. Fans of both country music and folk should love this, with the track mixing elements of both genres to create something different.
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