Hailing from the snow-capped mountains of Utah to the sunny beaches of southern California, Remedy Motel produces a mix of addictive sounds and thought provoking lyrics reminiscent of an era before MTV and pre-fabricated pop bands. The lyrics are heartfelt while the melodies compel you to sing-along. You might say that these countrified pop tunes pick up where Buffalo Springfield and Gram Parsons left off, but don't be confused- Remedy Motel isn't an echo of the past. With the independent release of Remedy Motel's debut album '6 Days in Westchester,' the band is sure to rapidly attract the kind of attention that sells records and fills auditoriums. This band draws from the modern spirit of artists like R.E.M., Wilco, and Counting Crows and combines that with the message and motive of legends like Tom Petty, Cat Stevens, and Willie Nelson. This convergence of generational music forced Remedy Motel to coin a new music genre, one they appropriately call 'Porch Rock.'