Rebecca Rego and the Train Men (from the album Speaking of Witches available as a self-release)
Whispering over an ethereal melody, Rebecca Rego and the Trainmen weave notes into the story as swirling rhythms connect in “Magic”. The track is on the recently released Speaking of Witches, the album armed with answers to move forward with one-world dreams in “Find Something Real” and mark “Time” with wine-drunk diary pages as Rebecca Rego and the Trainmen make a confession on the steadily rising rhythms of “No One Knows Me”.
The songs on Speaking of Witchesare rugged yet hopeful as a jangly guitar riffs flicker over the rhythmic rumble of the title track while “Tiny Boats” plays campfire Folk and “Lost the Light” searches for liberation on the rhythm of piano chords that guide Rebecca Rego as she wraps herself in Trainmen harmonies. Indie Rock structures the sonic roller coaster supporting “Worst Days” and psychedelic guitars roam free in the dreamy soundscape of “Maybe It Was Easy” as Rebecca Rego and the Trainmen pull up a variety a Roots styles to stage the raw rock symphonics of “Fear, Love, and Greed”.
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