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Tobacco City USA
Artist: Tobacco City
Format: Vinyl

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Label: Scissor Tail
Rel. Date: 07/30/2021
UPC: 735202346990

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DISC: 1

1. Blue Raspberry
2. Tobacco City Waltz
3. AA Blues
4. Never On My Mind
5. Neon Lights
6. Half In The Bag
7. LSD
8. Brother

More Info:

Tobacco City is about simplicity. Simple songs and melodies built around nostalgic and blue stories. Built out of a mutual love of classic and cosmic country, the members of Tobacco City bring their psychedelic and folk influences to the exploding genre. The result is a feel good sway that fits into modern urban modes and passes by the shrewdest of classic country heads. Quickly gaining traction in Chicago playing with new country icon Orville Peck and psychedelic tastemaker Ty Segall, Tobacco City seems to fit in wherever good music resides regardless of the genre."Hailing from Chicago, the musical project of Chris Coleslaw and Lexi Goddard leans ably into traditional country blues and honky-tonk shuffles. With a forthcoming Tobacco City full-length on the horizon, the group has shared two new tracks; the first of which is the amber-hued "Blue Raspberry," a languid, steel guitar draped duet that recalls Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons at their most incandescent. Hanging in the air and gleaming like a curtain drawn against the day, the B-side, "Never On My Mind," finds Goddard front and center amidst a slow sashay of the prosaic. Another dollar for the juke after a long day's work-drinking for one." -Aquarium Drunkard