Texas Tea | I Don't Write No Sad Songs

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I Don't Write No Sad Songs

by Texas Tea

"On I Don’t Write No Sad Songs, Texas Tea sound like The Birthday Party crashing a honky tonk bar. The music is tinged with grit, and a hint of swampy menace that keeps everything interesting." (RAVE MAGAZINE single of the week - 2012)
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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Album Notes
‘... whereas pale imitators might hint at the sick, sad, demented world that they’re writing about, Texas Tea give that world all the vivid quality of Harry Dean Stanton in Paris, Texas, or a sociopath loitering in the background of a David Lynch film.’

‘Jacobson and Dougherty’s voices entwine like late- night cigarette smoke, somewhere out on the ledge with fellow travellers such as Leonard Cohen and Tom Waits.’

‘Brisbane’s King and Queen of country’
‘Legends in the making’
‘Kate Jacobson is the closest thing Fortitude Valley will get to Gillian Welch’
‘Stupidly brilliant (really!)’

'Kate’s voice could suspend a scalpel in mid-air. Chairs collapse, birds explode, etcetera. Ben’s guitar and slide is the bed on which the cowboys collapse after Kate’s king-hits.'

As yet untitled 3rd album due 2012

About this track...

The first single from Brisbane alt country royalty Texas Tea's third album. Recorded by Magoo (Tex Perkins, Midnight Oil, Regurgitator etc.)


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