Thursday, April 2, 2020

The Claudettes Deliver "High Times In The Dark" & Whitney Rose Is Ready To "Still Go To Rodeos"

Arriving April 3rd from Forty Below Records is the new album titled "High Times In The Dark" from Americana/Folk band, The Claudettes. The new eleven track release begins with the bluesy swagger of "Bad Babe Losin' Touch," which kicks things off on a high-note, as the band display their "garage cabaret" sound right off the bat. The Claudettes get they're rock groove on for the swinging rhythm of "24/5," the punk-like energy of "Creeper Weed" and also the country swagger of "Grandkids, Wave Bye-Bye." They continue to excite your senses with the funky breaks of "Declined," before slowing down for the sweet folk duet "I Don't Do That Stuff Anymore." The Claudettes finish up their new album with the thunderous beats and media-driven lyrics "Most Accidents Happen" along with the beautiful piano ballad lullaby "The Sun Will Foll You." To find out more about The Claudettes and their latest release "High Times In The Dark," please visit theclaudettes.com

Singer/songwriter Whitney Rose returns with her latest studio effort "We Still Go To Rodeos," which will be released on April 24th, through Rose's own MCG record label. Her new twelve track release begins with the classic country twang of "Just Circumstances," in which Whitney's voice simply steals the show. The tempo slows down with "Home With You," but the melody just grabs hold of your heart and doesn't let go. The energy picks back up with the country rock of "In A Rut," as Whitney showcases her upbeat side with "I'd Rather Be Alone," before slowing down once again for the ballad "Through The Cracks." She gives us a taste of her nostalgic country swagger with "Don't Give Up On Me," before closing out her new album with the high-powered guitar boogie of "Better Man" and the slinky melody of the title-song "We Still Go To Rodeos." To find out more about Whitney Rose and her latest release "We Still Go To Rodeos," please visit whitneyrosemusic.com

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