Today, Milwaukee-based singer-songwriter Trapper Schoepp released his gritty, swamp rock-inspired single “Devil’s Kettle,” the next offering from his upcoming studio album Siren Songs, out April 21 via Grand Phony (US) / Rootsy (EU). Inspired by a mysterious Minnesota waterfall, “Devil’s Kettle” was featured over at Glide Magazine who praised Schoepp’s “gritty vocals and guitar work” while adding that his name bears “a road-worn tag that rings of swampy reverence.” Siren Songs is available for pre-order.
“This song is inspired by the Devil’s Kettle, a mysterious rock formation and waterfall I encountered along Highway 61,” shares Schoepp. “A river splits below these waterfalls, with one tributary to Lake Superior and the other flowing underground to an unknown location. It is said gangsters like Al Capone would dispose of bodies in this natural phenomenon. // Continue to the full article