Whiskey Folk Ramblers | The Lonesome Underground

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The Lonesome Underground

by Whiskey Folk Ramblers

Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Oh, St. Jude
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3:10 album only
2. Long Way Back
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2:49 album only
3. Lights On the Highway
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4:09 album only
4. Drink the Bottle Dry
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2:58 album only
5. Mad Man's Eyes
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6. If I Were Around
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7. Bad Rise
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8. Leavin' Here
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9. 2025
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10. Cross City Trade
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3:37 album only
11. Can You Drive My Car
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12. Come Down Tonight
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13. Letters to Rosemary
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14. Old Lost Tears
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Album Notes
"Everything you love about Whiskey Folk is manifest on the new album: dusty acoustic strumming, snappy drumming, that high, lonesome trumpet, and frontman Tyler Rougeux’s rich, cranky, slightly twangy voice. Recorded last winter at Junius Recording in Dallas, The Lonesome Underground is 14 solid tracks that are somehow simultaneously cinematic, with strong lyrical and sonic narratives, and poppy." --FW Weekly


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