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“This was really the first track I wrote specifically with the record in mind and to me is truly ‘Hard Times and A Woman.'” Listen exclusively to “Can’t Get Right” from Justin Golden’s new album out April 15!
“Matt’s guitar is like an Americana altar call that reminds me of the Ryman’s first intended use as a Tabernacle.”
“By some kind of dream logic, it made sense to make the music video about a Louisiana swamp girl meeting a shy, sensitive ghost boy.”
“Because the grief and empathy are inside and want to come out, the emotions are available and looking to dance.”
“Because I’ve identified as a drummer my whole life musically, I’m just now starting to actually see myself as a songwriter.”
“I’m playing two characters in the video, both the narrator and the gal who is the one in question as to where she slept.”
“Songs and memories from generations long gone / Steady rollin’ on.”
Chloe Kay was moved to write the track after Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s iconic drummer Chris ‘Whipper’ Layton recounted a story to her during an interview for ‘ABS’ about him and Stevie overcoming challenges together to make it in time to one of their concerts.
“The hundredth anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre had just happened, and even though the song is really about the fallout from a relationship gone south, it’s not a big jump to paint with a bigger brush and apply the lyrics in a much broader context.” – Scott Ellison
Premiering exclusively today is the band’s new single, which features vocals from award-winning Alita Moses!