On Modern Settler, the third studio album from Screen Door Porch, the
core songwriting/multi-instrumentalist duo of Seadar Rose and Aaron Davis harvested
the gratitude stirred from Wyoming’s landscape and its mythic characters.
Based under the Teton Mountains of Jackson Hole, Modern Settler marked a series of
‘firsts’ for Screen Door Porch: the first album to be recorded locally with their 4-piece lineup (including fretless bassist Tom Davidson and drummer/harmony
vocalist Andy Peterson), the unveiling of 3-part harmonies, a horn section, and
treatment of two cover songs—“Poor Elijah/Tribute to Johnson” by Delaney &
Bonnie/Leon Russell and “Street People” by Bobby Charles.
Poor Elijah / Tribute to Johnson
Chasin’ Homesteader Blues
A Little More
Wish I Was a Teton
Wren Bird Song
Recorded at Henhouse Studio in Victor, ID