Choice tuneage from just-released album.
By Blurt Staff
With their new Let It Rise album out on March 3, Kentucky-Jersey band Two Thirds Goat – that’s 2/3 Goat for all you numerically-inclined folks – are prepping to take their patented “melding of alt-country, bluesy bluegrass and classic rock” out on the road and to the masses. So in an exclusive for Blurt readers the five-piece has offered an unveiling of new track “Heading Down the Road.” Check it out:
Co-founder and co-lead vocalist Ryan Dunn comments, saying, “’Heading Down the Road’ is a song we wrote about never settling or looking in the rearview mirror at life. People spend so much time worrying about what happened in there past and letting it effect there future. ‘Heading Down the Road’ is a rocking reminder that it’s never to late to pick up the pieces and head towards your dreams.”
Dunn, born and raised in New Jersey, is joined at the mic by singer/multiinstrumentalist Annalyse McCoy (yes, one of those infamous McCoys of Eastern Kentucky… please, no comments from the Hatfields in the peanut gallery… and the band has already made waves with 2011’s Stream of Conscience. They teamed up with producers Charles Martinez (Keith Richards, Willie Nelson) and Scott Sharrad (Gregg Allman) to cut the Let It Rise album. Currently available digitally, the plans are to release a couple of songs every two months then put the entire album out in physical form at the end of the year.
Tour dates tba – keep track of the band at Facebook.