- Category: NEW RELEASE UNRACKED
- Written by Danny
There is a fragile gentleness to the songs of The Flannel Attractions. They are string-based, which lets the softer make more of an impression on the mind and ears. Acoustics aside, The Flannel Attractions have a unique way of playing shared equally with all band members. The picking, plucking and strumming is done with determination that is driven with light fingers and cradled chords.
The self-titled E.P. from The Flannel Attractions, is Indie folk that takes singer/songwriter material, backs it with bluegrass instrumentation and adds delicate harmonies. The Flannel Attractions weighs our inner thoughts and douses them in “Kerosene”, take a second look at a second glance to see the “Better Part of Me” and balance the then and now, seeing that the past is pale compared to “Before You Came Along”. The Flannel Attractions met by playing the renowned Jackson Hole Hootenanny – a decades-old Wyoming music tradition that has been graced by folk and bluegrass stalwarts like John Denver and Peter Rowan.
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