The cover art for the River Whyless album A Stone, A leaf, An Unfound Door
By Greg R.
A band could play and write together for decades and still not be considered good or talented.
Time may not necessarily make anyone better at any one thing, but it will help those individuals find out who they are and what they represent.
This is the position where the North Carolina band River Whyless currently finds itself.
When the group released their first album , Archie Carroll, back in the fall of 2008, they were known as Do it to Julia, a pop/rock college band full of catchy, but underdeveloped songs.
Over the course of the next three years, time shaped the current incarnation of the band quite a bit.