The Outlaw is now available for immediate download! Or if you prefer, you can order it on compact disc! You can purchase the album at our Bandcamp page, where you can also listen to it in its entirety!

In case you’ve been left out of the loop: The Outlaw is a ten-song album about the life and death of a gunslinger, drawing influence from our favorite Italian Westerns of the 1960s as well as a number of the progressive, indie, heavy metal, and classic rock and roll albums we’ve been listening to over the past couple years. We recorded it at ABG Studios in Crown Point, IN with Seth Henderson. Lyrics to the album can be found here.

We threw a release party this Saturday in Indianapolis, and we couldn’t have been more pleased about it. We’d like to extend a big thank you to everyone who joined us for the celebration of this release.

Anyway, go check out the album! We hope you enjoy it!



Since 2002, Indianapolis-based THEY’VE SHOT FLANIGAN have been tirelessly writing, recording and touring, establishing themselves as a strong and consistent presence in the Midwestern rock and roll scene. With a sound that is deeply rooted in classic rock and heavily influenced by contemporary independent and progressive artists, the band makes music that is simultaneously dark and catchy, heavy and melodic, intense and contemplative. “They are adept songwriters,” writes Louise Sinclair of Girl At The Show, “with the kind of mature, put-together sound you’d expect from a major artist.” THEY’VE SHOT FLANIGAN have released two EPs and a full-length album, and are currently recording a new 10-song concept album, about the life and death of a gunslinger, with engineer Seth Henderson of Always Be Genius studios. The album is anticipated to be released in 2011. Booking/other contact:
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