Say You're a Sinner
Climb into the backseat of our '66 Fairlane, and barrel down dusty county roads of youthful angst and trepid, irreligous musings; making your way back home to the way it always really was. The album is rightly divided into Pt. I and Pt. II, each section heralded by instrumental/choral tracks reminiscent of Marty Robbins disappearing into the sunset...but this dust bowl collective brings it's own punk, indie rock, and alt-country influences to the project, with a sound like the sear of a branding iron.