"Brack Cantrell's blossoming garage project, Balance Problems, encompasses inspiration within inspiration. His influence derives from his home in Texas, to the places he travels while on the road. There's Life In The Trees is explosive, yet enlightening. It's melodic and contemplative essence alleviates the whole experience of nature. Picture this: A blend of colors radiating from lyrics. Not only will you hear it, but you will see that There's Life In the Trees. The haze will evolve into hindsight and the sky won't look the same." -interpunk.com (There's Life In the Trees)
A parallel exists between waking up in the morning and defining the day that has risen, but a paradox rests in every experience. Embedded in ten tracks, Brack Cantrell's new album, Morning Sun, traces the highs and lows of the seasons that filter into days, hours, and minutes. It sketches the past and future into a work of art, coated with contradictions. Balance Problems modestly embodies the essence of simply being alive, even if you're living in unfavorable conditions. -interpink.com (Morning Sun)
"my name is brack cantrell and this is my solo project, balance problems. ive released my EP on iTunes, and it should be up and available for purchase in a few weeks. ill be posting new songs from it every once in awhile until it releases. thanks to everyone who listens to my stuff and enjoys it :D
by the way, if youre looking for my old songs, you can still find them here: www.purevolume.com/brackcantrell
im going to be on tour this summer playing guitar for playradioplay, be sure and check that out.
Cantrell blends banjo, piano, and guitar together to make a pleasant sound that is unique in every song.