"Bot Rock" relies upon botanical or other natural entities as sources for its subjects, characters, embellishments, aesthetic, metaphor, and even musical form. It essays to rock, whilst incorporating these elements.
2. Do I need to know the Latin names of southeastern trees, shrubs and woody vines, to enjoy Bot Rock?
We hope not. However, knowing their generic names at least should enrich your listening experience.
3. What are the common themes in Bot Rock?
Like all forms of rock-n-roll, Bot Rock proceeds from the assumption that the apparent subject matter is at least partially euphemistic for something difficult or illegal to discuss openly. However, Bot Rock is closely related to Folk Rock, which is characterized by an intentional abandonment of this assumption. The answer then, is "either sex, or something else."
4. Is this for real?
released October 26, 2017
Jonathan Hart -- bass, synths
Brian Williams -- drums
Richard Milligan -- guitar
Bryan Nuse -- guitar, etc.
Help came from:
Lane Seabolt -- backup vocals, sponsorship
Jesslyn Shields -- vocals, patience
Josh Skinner -- drones
Hanna Lisa Stefansson -- synth
Odessa Nuse -- artwork