Ugly Valley Boys | Double Down

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Double Down

by Ugly Valley Boys

Classic style & fresh energy. Songs with a voice that's honest and introspective, yet welcoming to all who venture to lend an ear. Sit by the fire, take a golden swig, and listen to tales from a band of dusty strangers sure to become old friends.
Genre: Country: Americana
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2. Raven
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3. Never Be Again
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4. Alota Guns
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5. Good Enough
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6. Power Lines
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7. Silver City
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8. Yesterday
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9. Double Track
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10. Clickity Clack
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11. Shadows Fire
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Album Notes
"The Ugly Valley Boys are a fresh take on a traditional style, and are a breath of fresh air in a relatively stale musical landscape." JB BEVERLEY

"A stripped down & soulful blend of American Roots Music that is delivered with sincerity & a driving, steady beat".... JAMES HUNNICUTT

"On 2 different nights we caught the Ugly Valley Boys at local bars here in Salt Lake City. The second time was even better than the first. I overheard a guy in the audience describing them as ‘a one-man band plus a bass player’ which seemed pretty fitting. Here you have Ryan Eastlyn sitting behind a bass drum & hi-hat with a guitar on his lap and singing into an old-fashioned mic, while his buddy, Braxton Brandenburg, keeps steady time on the upright bass. Describing them is just about as tricky as describing any non-contrived band these days. If I say folk you’ll probably either think of Bob Dylan, something from the Ozarks or else some gypsy combo from Romania. None of these is right. If I say American nostalgia you might think Buddy Holly or Burl Ives. Wrong again. And if I say rockabilly – which, to those of us on the outside, is woefully and inextricably tied with gothabilly – who really wants to go there? No, these guys are something else. Think Johnny Cash with a dose of suburb-bred guitar virtuoso. Think Misfits, Talking Heads and Chris Isaak covers transformed into upbeat, down-home, three-beers-in, energetic, pomade-styled acoustic country rock that could live in a garage if only its hands were greasier. Throw in a dose of artistic genius (yeah, Ryan is one of those people) and you’ve got the Ugly Valley Boys. Not bad for a night job."

Ugly Valley Boys come out swingin'! Like a good old-fashioned barroom brawl, their debut album, Double Down, makes no apologies for its surly demeanor. Classic style meets fresh energy in a collection of songs as spry as they are wry, with a voice that's honest and introspective, yet welcoming to all who venture to lend an ear. Pull up a seat by the fire, take a golden swig, and listen to tales from a band of dusty strangers sure to become old friends.




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