Dielectric Sound is not easy to describe. Some songs are prominently blues, while some songs are funkier than moldy shoes. Then there's the sound of pure rock, Americana, and sometimes a throw back to southern classic rock music of the 70s. The album 5 Liars incorporates all of the aforementioned styles from the funky opening two songs, 'Confidence' and 'Butcher and the River,' to a juke-joint ballsy blues song like, 'Dark Skinned Mama.' As a sort of interlude the album's middle track, 'Whiskey Rock,' is a loosely based true story, and southern acoustic song, which fits right in with the theme of the album. Influenced by the mountains of Colorado, 5 Liars tries to capture that majesty. Dielectric Sound is Joe Dorr (Bass/Vox), Andrew Merriam (Guitar/Vox), Keane Sumner (Guitar/Vox), and Caleb Tucker.