Scenic Route Records

The amazing team over at Hearth Music/Kith Folk premiered The Manly Deeds’ first music video for “Troubles Like Mine”.

Check out the video and their nice write-up of the new record:

New album is available to order/download/stream here:

Some photos from some of our friends playing at yesterdays Maryland Craft Beer Fest. Thanks for coming out and thank you for having us @brewersassocmd & @flyingdog

Always carry a pocket knife.

And support The Manly Deeds!

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In the Fall of 2013, Baltimore folk band The Manly Deeds set out to make a recording like nothing they’d done before. Isolating themselves on a family plot in Carroll County (known as Casper’s Loss) the band recorded 12 songs in 2 days. They converted a 19th century barn into a recording studio and recorded 90% of the record live, with minimal instrument & percussion overdubs. They also added some new players and instruments to this already unique album.

The result… a raw, lush album with all the energy that The Manly Deeds are known to bring to their live show. Preview a video of the making and pre-order the new album, due out Spring of 2014 on Scenic Route Records. We need all the help we can get.

Thank you!

photo/video credit: Charles Pham (Dark Room Cinema)

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Check out our friends Dreamcatcher’s debut album. IT IS DOPE! Don’t miss their release show Jan. 8th at Ottobar.

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Seasons Greetings from The Manly Deeds and all of us at Scenic Route Records!

Enjoy this brand new video featuring a new song taken from The Manly Deeds recording session for their upcoming album…due to release Spring 2014.

We’re incredibly proud of this record and excited to share our hardwork with you in the new year!


Coffee break. Recording in a barn is cool, but also cold! #scenicrouterecords #themanlydeeds

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Spending the weekend here, recording with the Manly Deeds. Life’s pretty good sometimes.

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At Scenic Route Records’ 2nd annual artist showcase,

members from all the bands and their friends come together

for the nights big finale…

Joe Cocker’s “Get By With A Little Help From My Friends”