Coming from the lead singer of White Denim, this album could serve as a snack to hold White Denim fans’ hunger for a follow-up to Corsicana Lemonade of 2013. The songs are not as guitar-driven and blues-y as the singer’s other group plays, but the sound is familiar to anyone that has heard a White Denim song. This album seems to be folkier and grabs influences from the time of Sun Records and other seminal rock n’ roll recordings. Fantastic for the summer!
RIYL: M. Ward, White Denim, JD McPherson, Jerry Lee Lewis