The Brown Bird duo are back and ready to bring us an all-new installation of their foot-stomping, raw sound in their fifth album, Salt for Salt. Recorded live to tape in Pawtucket, R.I. and released under Supply & Demand Music, Brown Bird’s latest effort is a spiral to the core of hollerin’ hootenanny, sweaty goodness and a straight up roar of romping fun.

From the creative efforts of David Lamb and MorganEve Swain, the ensemble carries the album with 11 lovely tunes all defined with a wide range of instrumentation. From banjos to violins, to upright basslines and vocal harmonies, the record embodies the steady beat of a heart and the yelping sounds of an aching soul.

The group is already out on the road supporting Salt for Salt and will be touring until mid-December. They perform Nov. 25 at the House of Blues Sunset Strip. If you’re interested in bands like Mumford and Sons or Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, this is definitely a band to add to your collection.

Salt for Salt is currently available.