For nearly a decade, The National Reserve had spent Friday nights lighting it up at Brooklyn bars, winning over fans with epic sets and a remarkable breadth of song-craft and showmanship. Since the release of their debut album in 2018, they brought that same energy across the US, Europe and Canada, sharing stages with Tedeschi Trucks Band, Margo Price, Jason Isbell, John Moreland and others along the way. After their most successful year in 2019, playing nearly 200 shows, the pandemic brought everything to a screeching halt. However, frontman Sean Walsh wasn’t one to sit and wait it out. The band released four recordings in 2020, including an unreleased live recording from Norway and three EPs recorded live in studio. As the world returns to normal, The National Reserve plans on picking things up right where they left off, sharing their brand of good-spirited rock and roll with fans across the nation.