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Run It Right Into the Wall

by Massy Ferguson

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Gallipoli 03:09
Santa Fe 03:43
Making It 03:32
Firewater 03:45
For A While 03:25
Dogbone 05:30
Special Meds 03:58
Set the Sun 03:45



With thick layers of electric guitars complimented by a thunderous drum sound and frontman Ethan Anderson's signature heartland growl, the new full length album channels The Replacements "Don't Tell a Soul" or Springsteen's "Greetings from Asbury Park" or even Thin Lizzy's "Jailbreak" record.

The record is Seattle to the core, produced by legendary local producer Johnny Sangster (Mudhoney, The Posies, Gerald Collier, et al) and recorded at Jack Endino's (of Nirvana "Bleach" fame) acclaimed Soundhouse Studios. Despite their city's reputation for dark, hard "grungy" music, these are more than convincing roots rockers that sound like they belong on outlaw country radio and simultaneously some awesome left of the dial AM college station in 1987.

Anderson's vocal capacity to belt out a heavy dose of authority on this record channels a young Jay Farrar or Jeff Tweedy (think Uncle Tupelo days) with the knack, like those aforementioned roots legends, to still maintain introspection lyrically, especially on such tracks as "Making It" or "Firewater" or "Into the Wall", giving the band a broad range musically.

This is an LP for the everyman, one with no pretense, one with contagious hooks that you crave again, one with rock and melody. This is the genius of Seattle’s Massy Ferguson.


released June 17, 2016

Massy Ferguson is:
Ethan Anderson – vocals, bass
Adam Monda – guitar, vocals
Dave Goedde – drums and percussion

Additional Musicians:
Keith Lowe – bass on “Gallipoli,” “Making It,” “Special Meds”
Dan Walker – keyboards, organ, piano
Johnny Sangster – additional guitars; bass on “Into The Wall,”
“Set The Sun”; percussion; backing vocals

Produced By Johnny Sangster

Recorded at Soundhouse Recording & Crackle & Pop! Studio
by Johnny Sangster, assisted by Rachel Field & Jack Endino

Mixed at Crackle & Pop! Studio by Johnny Sangster

Mastered at RFI/CD by Ed Brooks

Mike Musberger – drum tech

All songs written by Massy Ferguson except “Firewater” written by Dave Woodcock (Dave Woodcock and the Dead Comedians) ©2014

©2016 ASCAP (MF Publishing)

Front cover photo: 254 Mocha Charlie Photography
Back cover photo: Dave Goedde
Dog photo: Peter Trueblood
Design by Dave Goedde

Massy Ferguson would like to thank all the people who have
supported us over the last 10 years, family, friends, acquantances
and complete strangers who have bought our albums, come to
our shows, supported us in any way.

This album is dedicated to Anton Anderson and Ayla Harris–Goedde


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Massy Ferguson Seattle, Washington

For more than a dozen years, Massy Ferguson have proudly planted their boots on both sides of the country-rock divide, carving out their own brand of amplified Americana along the way.


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