And there's more reason to celebrate as the Toronto-based outfit have also put out a live video for the track Tell Me A Story and their self-titled album is out next week.
Shaina Silver-Baird from the band told RealSoundsOK: "Crooked House Road began when I met Mirian Kay at an open mic and we immediately sparked a friendship. She became my musical partner in crime and we began performing my original songs around Toronto.
"Since then, Crooked House Road has grown into a full band with our own unique fusion of folk, pop and blues music.
"After a successful first show, we set out to build our repertoire and find a solid collective of musicians to write our first full-length album.
"In a way, the Crooked House Road musicians found us. Derek Gray was my upstairs neighbour, Gram Whitty was a subtle musician we brought in for one gig and never let go, I met Joshua Skye Engel at synagogue playing a show for kids, and Tom Mifflin was an old buddy from university."
You can listen to Mountain by clicking here and watch the video for Tell Me A Story below. For more info head to crookedhouseroad.com