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Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors (from the album Strangers No More available on Magnolia Music/Tone Tree Music) (by Danny McCloskey)
As a helping hand and driver of many projects, Drew Holcomb generally has his name attached to many contemporary song charts. When recording with his long-time band, The Neighbors, the sound feels like coming home, his songs safe in the hands of players attached to the sound of a song. Happily, recording projects have circled the sun and Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors are back as name on the marquee for Strangers No More, their recent release. Rock’n’Soul (“All the Money in the World”), trance-inducing Indie Rock grooves (“On a Roll”), rhythmic island beats bangers (“Dance With Everybody”), and Cosmic Country stories (“Possibility”) have equal billing in the diverse musical landscape of the album.
More than just a collection of songs, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors hear the songs of Strangers No More as anthems for a world seeking answers. Drew Holcomb shared that ‘The Neighbors and I have been playing together for many years now, and I am beyond lucky to have found them, with their deep well of talent and skill, but also their delicate and confident capacity for working friendships. They are my people, and making this record will always be one of the most memorable experiences of my life. See, we aren’t chasing anymore…we know who we are, and we know who we are not, and in that we have found complete creative freedom. The expressions between the 5 of us, whether onstage or in the studio, has started to feel almost like a 6th sense.
We ended up choosing this group of songs because they felt like a complete musical expression of that mutual joy. We pulled from all the wells of our musical loves and make a record with a breadth of genre influence’. Strangers No More reaffirms his words, the songs expressing them as DIY guides for humans and their own futures when Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors stomp feet and clap hands encouraging a worldwide population to “Find Your People”, express “Strange Feeling” on a summers-day Rock’n’Roll bounce, and admit vulnerability in “All the Money in the World” on a soulful strut as they “Fly” over trouble with a front porch jam.
Listen and buy the music of Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors from AMAZON
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