Written Friday, November 15
Plain and simple, this is the most rock’n album I’ve heard in a long time. It’s got that great warm, vintage tone. Songs like “Even the Greats” and “Let the Wheels Fall Off” would make perfect karaoke night sing-alongs. The classic rock influences are strong throughout these eight songs. It’s a welcome and refreshing wave of nostalgia.
Elliot C Way has written a set of songs that’ll make you want to revisit your old collection of Tom Petty, Neil Young, and Bob Dylan albums. His soulful, husky voice is perfectly suited for this style of songwriting. The band consists of players who’ve been busy with acts like The Deep Dark Woods, City and Colour, and Ben Rogers. They’re a group of seasoned experts and it really shows. The performances are flawless.
The recording of this album first started six years ago, so it’s been a long time coming. It was definitely worth the wait.