Seattle-based Vaudeville Etiquette have announced the release of their first full-length album, 'Debutantes & Dealers.'

In addition to the album announcement, the band has also released a new single, 'Blood and Bone,' a folk, jazz and bluegrass-inspired tune.

"We're living in an incredible time where the traditional incarnations of family and marriage are being redefined to become all-inclusive and based on love as opposed to rigid convention," Tayler Lynn, one of the group's lead vocalists, tells USA Today. "'Blood & Bone' is about celebrating that. It's about fighting with everything you have to keep the ones you love safe, close and revered no matter their relation or status."

The single features Bradley Laina, who sings lead, Matt Teske on pedal steel, Bryce Gourley playing drums and bassist Sander Vinberg. Barrett Martin of Walking Papers/Screaming Trees adds percussion.

The 13-track 'Debutants & Dealers' is set for release April 15 on Martin's Sunyata Records and is available for pre-order on iTunes and Amazon.

Listen to Vaudeville Etiquette, 'Blood & Bone'