Muscadine Bloodline Release Steel-Soaked Heartbreaker “No, Pedal Steel” From Upcoming Album
That pedal metal, man…
There’s simply one thing about listening to the nostalgic whine of a terrific pedal metal in a tragic nation music, one which makes you wish to crack open a beer simply to cry in it. I imply, that’s the great things proper there.
But in Muscadine Bloodline‘s new music, “No, Pedal Steel,” they’re waving the white flag and begging for mercy after the instrument brings again painful reminiscences of a misplaced love:
“No, pedal metal
Don’t wanna really feel
As lonely as I do now
Cuz I’d lose my thoughts
In three quarter time
High on that lonesome sound
Now that she’s gone
I’ve lived ’em all
I’ll burn that previous jukebox down
Cuz your melody makes her reminiscence so actual
No, pedal metal”
The music additionally delivers a pedal metal guitar solo for the ages: And like a previous love that’s nonetheless preying in your thoughts, it’s inconceivable to withstand irrespective of how haunting it’s.
The music was written by Adam Hood and Brent Cobb alongside the blokes of Muscadine Bloodline, Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton. And it’s the most recent music to drop from their upcoming album, Dispatch to sixteenth Ave, after releasing the title monitor in addition to “Dyin’ for a Livin’” final 12 months.
The album drops February 4th, so we don’t have for much longer to attend – which is an effective factor, as a result of if the remainder of the album brings as a lot warmth as the primary three songs we’ve heard, I would like to listen to it ASAP.