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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Folk :: Cherrywood - Could Wash No Devil From My Bones
 

Cherrywood - Could Wash No Devil From My Bones

Cherrywood - Could Wash No Devil From My Bones
Cherrywood’s music features tales of lightning strikes, broken hearts, bar stools and prisons; all brought to life through an array of battered acoustic instruments and a bunch of bar-room vocals. The quartet’s love of Trad. Country and Folk music sits harmoniously with their Punk and Rock n’ Roll lineage to give Cherrywood a sound of their own.

After honing their craft touring around the country solidly for the last two years on the back of two singles, ‘No More’ and ‘Broken Heart for Christmas’, they’re finally releasing their debut album – Book of Matches.

Recorded by Matt Duffy (Graveyard Train, The Peep Tempel) during a bitter winter in an old country guesthouse, Book of Matches was laid down in two days, straight to tape with minimal overdubs and a swaggering live feel.

Book of Matches proves an earnest portrayal of the band’s live show – full of raw energy, fast paced and explosive sing-alongs, including those of guests’ Graveyard Train’s Josh Crawley and Harmony’s Erica Dunn, who add further texture to several songs with slide guitar and backing vocals. Catchy and immediate, Book of Matches shouts the listener a drink and dances them around the room.

About this track...

Could Wash No Devil From My Bones sees Cherrywood visiting tales of those unfortunate, wretched souls from colonial-era Australia. Equal parts confessional and irreverence, 'Wash No Devil' is backed by an upbeat bluegrass shuffle and roughhewn four-piece harmonies.

Other tracks by Cherrywood: Pentridge  -  No More
Details
Number Of People In Act 4 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In VIC
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Melbourne
Taken From The Release Titled Book Of Matches
Copyright Holder's Name 2013 Cherrywood
Media Servicing Date 2013-09-06
Main Genre Folk
Genre 2 Blues
Genre 3 Country
Genre 4 Acoustic
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://www.cherrywoodband.com
Artist Social Network Page http://www.facebook.com/cherrywoodmelbourne
Online Store Page 1
Tour Start Month 2013-09-18
Content Provider Love & Theft Recording Co.