West End Motel is a conglomerate of losers and poets and hobo-sexuals. Tom Cheshire met Brent Hinds in Atlanta on a corner under a bridge in 1993. They were panhandling and drinking cough syrup, and songs just started spewing out of them. Songs were written on an acoustic guitar and a bucket for drums, with the occasional toy piano in the background. Much booze was consumed and late nights turned into early mornings. They write and sing for the underdog and the everyday person. The music is honest, like a Filipino kid tap dancing in the wind. Throw Mike Shina, Stiff Penalty and Ben Thrower into the mix and you got yourself a good time. These men love music, it is that simple, and they write for people who love music. They write songs of love and loss and laughter. The new album "Only Time Can Tell" comes out in October, 2012.