Squealing, overdriven, deep, funky and dark, the music bends genres restraints and hits hard to create something completely their own. Though their sound is difficult to label, Project 62’s appeal is undeniable. Equal parts dark and fun, the guys take listeners past sanity’s edge to engulf them in a world that’s truly their own. Listening to Project 62 promises to be a subversive experience, dragging fans deep into their unusual realm.
Upon hearing the band live you would have to agree that they are indeed a formidable act. The men of 62 have surprised many punters by being able to switch from delivering a punchy electric live show into a more intimate acoustic performance. Lead singer Jason Lawler's psyche seems like chaos, a modern day prospector with a cavernous and harrowing voice set upon a soap box opera. His rich baritone rumbles out of the speakers, down your spine and rests somewhere around your stomach with elements of raspy bitterness leaving the listener feeling warm and safe, as if wrapped in a thick, old coat. Project 62 leave a strange sense of familiarity that is so fleeting you could have trouble pinning them down...