The singles off of this upcoming Teddy and the Rough Riders are coming fast, and better by the day. With two singles already out that show the band’s softer, cosmic side, “Dance Floor Blues” returns to a bit of the sun-faded twang that marked their untouchable debut EP and subsequent self-released album. With voices twined and an admirable display of pedal steel from Spencer Cullum Jr., the band goes for the nightlife narrative — a night in the dives that would be hard to forget if it wasn’t so foggy. It slides in nicely alongside some new country kickers that praise a drink-soaked nighttime turbulence like The Pink Stones “Barroom Blues,” and Tobacco City’s inverse of the trend, “AA Blues.” The new album is out July 1st from Appalachia Record Co.
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