Pete Rahn and Jeff Thomson are two Michigan expats who found each other in Montpelier, Vermont. With a longing for Detroit Rock N' Roll and Great Lakes culture they started Lake Superior as a side project of another band in 2009. They got together, wrote songs, played a few shows, and had fun until in 2012 they realized that they had turned into a real band with some damn good songs. Steam Engine their first full length album. Recorded on Don Zeno Productions and released by State and Main Records, it is a testament to American roots music and the raw power of Detroit's music scene. Similar artists include The Black Keys &The White Stripes.