’68 (The Chariot) are Working on their Debut Album

by | May 15, 2014

A couple years ago when we interviewed former The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin, we asked him what he enjoyed most about being in a band. Crafting “tricks that [we’re] really proud of,” he said. Pretty good answer. And if you know anything about Scogin, you know he’s got plenty of tricks up his sleeve.

The latest being his new band ’68, who just inked a deal with eOne/Good Fight. They’ve been working on their debut album and it’s expected out later this year.

While we don’t know too much about the record yet, one thing we do know is that the band have been doing a rendition of Nirvana’s “Tourettes” at their recent shows. Perhaps this was inspired by Every Time I Die’s rendition of the song?

You think it’ll appear on the album? Here’s footage of them covering the song in Nashville.

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