The Stone Coyotes | A Wild Bird Flying

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A Wild Bird Flying

by The Stone Coyotes

Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. A Wild Bird Flying
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2. Powder Keg
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3. Your Fall from Grace
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4. Sing Me a Hymn
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5. Close to the Bone
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6. Red Letter Day
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7. A Dangerous Game
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8. Big Bad Wolf
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9. Goin' Down for the Third Time
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10. You Got Rolled
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Oscar

Sing Me A Hymn
The slightly lethargic, gritty, and grungy guitar work of The Stone Coyotes’ latest single, “Sing Me A Hymn,” is slightly reminiscent of Shawn Colvin and Sheryl Crow. The music is bluesy, rock-driven, and good’ol fun.

Heath Andrews

Sing Me A Hymn, just wonderful!
While not entirely sounding like a Christmas song, “Sing Me A Hymn” from The Stone Coyotes still expresses the desire for salvation and hope that is so prevalent during the holidays. The vocal strength of the group is matched by an impassioned guitar riff and beautifully melodic piano which doubles as a source of emotional power on this track. Not just suited for the holidays, “Sing Me A Hymn” is a lasting cry for hope in a tumultuous world.