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VIDEO: Trapper Schoepp – “Little Drop of Medicine”

Americana rocker Trapper Schoepp’s got a new video out accompanying his recent record “May Day.” Directed by Carol Brandt, Schoepp is found walking through a fiberglass mold yard and tossing apples into a puddle of water. Then he’s shown with his head stuck in a wall with an apple atop his head, with a woman firing arrows narrowly missing him.

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AUDIO: Trapper Schoepp – “May Day”

After releasing a myriad of Americana-flavored covers this past year, singer-songwriter Trapper Schoepp is finally out with his new record. Schoepp wrote these songs themed around being on the run from toxic love and relentlessly collecting himself after nearly imploding. Whether he’s out to sea with his thoughts or suffering “Paris Syndrome” from a relationship, Schoepp delivers a rustic cluster

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AUDIO: Trapper Schoepp – “Yellow Moon”

Americana singer-songwriter Trapper Schoepp is out with the second single from his upcoming record. It’s a moon tune! Schoepp sings about basking in the loneliness in the sea of emotion, feeling a taste of freedom unlike anything he’s felt before. The moon is all that guides him anywhere; the atmospheric slide guitar feels like the beckon from the glowing sphere

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VIDEO: Trapper Schoepp – “River Called Disaster”

Americana singer-songwriter Trapper Schoepp has the first single and video out to his upcoming record “May Day.” He sits down at a piano in the middle of a river; other shots find him at a piano on a dry cabin porch. Eventually he sets it on fire, abandoning it as he trucks through the waist-deep current. The song is about

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