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  • Old 97's Announces New Album “American Primitive”, Shares New Song “Where The Road Goes”

  • American alt-country rock band Old 97's, consisting of Rhett Miller (lead vocals/rhythm guitar), Murry Hammond (bass), Ken Bethea (lead guitar) and Philip Peeples (drums), has announced their 13th studio album “American Primitive” will be released on April 5, 2024 via ATO.

    The album comprises a 13-track, producer Tucker Martine, and contributions from Peter Buck and Scott McCaughey of REM, The Baseball Project, and Filthy Friends.
    The band frontman Rhett Miller said of the album, “This was the first record we’ve ever done with zero pre-production. It’s us working completely on instinct, leaning on 30 years of playing together to come up with something on the fly rather than overthinking any of our choices.”
    From the album, the band unveiled the first single called “Where The Road Goes” along with a music video on February 20, 2024.
    The track was written by Ken Bethea, Murry Hammond, Philip Peeples, and Rhett Miller.
    The video was filmed by James Hyland, Alex Young and Myles Flusser.
  • Rhett Miller said of the song, “I was in Montana and found myself on the banks of the Blackfoot River, watching the water pounding with a ferocious power, and I started building this song as a statement of gratitude for having survived this long,. It revisits some of the darkest moments of my life, including a suicide attempt at age 14 that by all rights I shouldn’t have lived through and yet somehow did. In a way it’s like a spiritual travelogue that rolls back through all the places that shaped me for better or worse, and ends up in this beautiful place that I felt so thankful to experience.”

  • Photo by Jason Quigley
  • source : Apple Music
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