the Austin, Texas indie folk group the Lonesome Heroes…describe their music as “the soundscape that occurs when indie rock and country artfully cross paths.”
The slightly awkward banter from Hutson (who admits he is “ironically” shy) is what fans can expect when he plays at The Sanctuary in Montgomery on Sunday…While his lyrics and song titles may suggest otherwise (“I Do Mean Well,” “They’re All Gonna Hate Me”) Hutson has a confidence in performances. And he needs it as he spends most of his time on the road.
L.I.A.R is the follow up to the band’s debut, Nevermind I Love You, and was recorded during the same session as the album, taking more of a twangy pop sound but still holding that 90’s Lillith Fair-esque quality I can’t get enough of.
Throughout the past week there’s been a steady rollout of a slew of great songs and full streams. While the music video category didn’t quite hit the preceding week’s exhilarating highs, there was still solace to be found in some genuinely enjoyable clips from Joe Bordenaro, Algiers (who still have my pick for breakout act of 2015), Weird Mob, and Magic Potion.