Still, if there’s some consolation in an – inevitable? – end, that features spit and bile, “there’s no shame in making mistakes”. And Woodland Hunters songs aren’t short of, or afraid of, people making mistakes.
Not when there’s a kind of wasted beauty in the retelling like the slow country rock burn of Lost In Someone Else’s Dream, a song that is equal parts wisdom hard won and confession that this wisdom will probably be thrown aside next time temptation rises. They want to be the man who is at ease and in control, like the languorous soul rock which opens Rise Above It (the rhythm section of drummer Leroy Cope and bass player Cam Prestipino loose on top, super tight beneath) who has it in him to turn into the swaggering cock-of-the-walk, like the climax of Rise Above It.
About this track...
|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||Let's Fall Apart|
|Copyright Holder's Name||The Woodland Hunters|
|Media Servicing Date||2017-09-14|
|Genre 2||Alternative Country|
|Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners||No|
|Artist Official Web Site||http://woodlandhunters.com|
|Artist Social Network Page|
|Content Provider||Stuart Coupe Publicity|