Update (Dec. 10): The band appears to be called 68, and it looks like Josh Scogin is playing some guitar. He posted the following picture to Instagram:

In just over a week, former vocalist for The Chariot, Josh Scogin, will be launching his newest project.

He’s not making a ton known about it, but after tweeting out a website address that contains his personal Instagram and Twitter, it could be way more focused than his previous efforts. The domain name is owned by his wife, April, and the technical contact is for Velvet Press, Mrs. Scogin’s screenprinting company that, as you can see, was heavily involved with The Chariot.

The tweet was posted about 10 days after his last show with The Chariot.

So now let the question begin: Is it “’68”? “They are ’68”? Is it 1968? Whatever it is, Scogin rarely misses.

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