“Second Man on the Moon – Jubilee Version” added to Indie Country Music We Love

“Second Man on the Moon – Jubilee Version” added to Indie Country Music We Love

Alternative Country

Second Man on the Moon – Jubilee Version
By Die Kammer
From the album Second Man on the Moon

Second Man on the Moon – Jubilee Version has been added to Indie Country Music We Love playlist.

May I introduce: Die Kammer

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Austro-German Indie-Folk band Die Kammer is re-releasing the song „Second Man on the Moon” from their current album “Some T#ings Wrong”. A beautiful fragile ballad about the pressure we all feel as we all strive to achieve the highest goals but fail; about the fact that we’re effectively never the first or the best, because someone else has always been faster. In parallel Die Kammer released a video for the song, performing the song virtually “on the moon”.

https://orcd.co/kammeressentials
http://bit.ly/kammerSMOTM

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“Die Kammer” is a European Indie-Folk band formed by musicians Marcus Testory and Matthias Ambré. In addition to the two protagonists, the band includes an alternative sextet orchestra consisting of cello, viola, violin, tuba, bass and drums. Ambré/Testory additionally perform without the orchestra as a duo. Their songs tell bizarre and morbid stories that are characterized by melancholy, transience and death, but also of an unwavering joy and lust for life. The narratives often include fine sarcasm and subtle social criticisms, drawing from personal experiences. These works are separated by seasons under a specific title. Die Kammer, currently in Season IV, began on October 13th 2018 under the title “Some T#ings Wrong.”

For more information or downloads, just give us a quick response.
We’d be delighted if we’d find a place in your blog, podcast or playlist
Best wishes!
Nadja Testory

https://die-kammer.com/


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“Love and Danger” by Laura Kits added to Top of Currently Featured on Spotify

“Love and Danger” by Laura Kits added to Top of Currently Featured on Spotify

Alternative Country

Love and Danger
By Laura Kits
From the album Love and Danger
Indie country artist from Amsterdam, passionately making country music inspired by artists such as Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood. This song is a celebration of artistry, taking risks, having adventures, following dreams and living bohemian!

Love and Danger has been added to Currently Featured at Curators Playlist playlist.

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“It’s Always Dark Out” by The Bucket Factory added to Partying on the Back Roads Country Music on Spotify

“It’s Always Dark Out” by The Bucket Factory added to Partying on the Back Roads Country Music on Spotify

Alternative Country

It’s Always Dark Out
By The Bucket Factory
From the album It’s Always Dark Out

It’s Always Dark Out has been added to Partying on the Back Roads Country Music playlist.

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“Lonely Mile” added to Indie Country Music We Love

“Lonely Mile” added to Indie Country Music We Love

Alternative Country

Lonely Mile
By The Remus Tucker Band
From the album Lonely Mile
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In a small Rocky Mountain town in Colorado is where you’ll find some of the finest southern rock music west of the Mississippi. The Remus Tucker Band is a five-piece powerhouse of good ol’ fashioned southern rock and outlaw country. Formed in 2012 and releasing their debut album South of New Orleans a year later, the Remus Tucker Band has been impressing audiences with their high energy, dynamic performances ever since. They’ve been compared to legends such as Blackfoot, Molly Hatchet and even Led Zeppelin, with a vocal range comparable to Robert Plant meets Ronnie Van Zant. Remus Tucker has shared the stage with the likes of Firefall and John Lee Hooker Jr and performs both locally and regionally at festivals, motorcycle rallies, events and venues. In 2017 the band released a single, “Lonely Mile” which is still receiving global radio airplay and garnering rave reviews. The band is set to release another “Come On” mid-June followed by an album later in fall 2019.

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Mountain Switchback Lyrics by Lonesone Train

Mountain Switchback Lyrics by Lonesone Train

Alternative Country

Mountain Switchback   Listen on Spotify
It’s not easy being a working band on the road. Indeed the singer sings “it’s hard to be the perfect band.” There are many distractions, but the worse of all is when they’re playing, and a beautiful woman on the dance floor breaks into a frenetic dance.
Mountain Switchback
(Gibson/Bates/Kelley 2017)

Verse 1
Set them up,
Tear them down,
Electric blowup,
Always out of town,
Tempo speedup,
Alcohol slowdown.

Sometimes it’s a chore
To be the perfect band,
Only one thing rattles us more,
Just one thing to jolt us more . . . .

Chorus
And there she is,
More and more,
Exploding on
The dance floor,
Short, young woman
In halter top and
Tight blue jeans,
And she won’t stop,
By all means,
Tight blue jeans
Diamond in her belly,
Whiff of apple jelly,
Red tat on her
Ankle . . . .
She gives her
Leg a smack,
Lord, more curves than
A Mountain Switchback.

Instrumental

Verse 1
Set them up,
Tear them down,
Electric blowup,
Always out of town,
Tempo speedup,
Alcohol slowdown.

Sometimes it’s a chore
To be the perfect band,
One thing rattles us more,
One thing to jolt us more . . . .

Chorus
And there she is,
More and more,
Exploding on
The dance floor,
Short, young woman
In halter top and
Tight blue jeans,
And she won’t stop,
By all means,
Tight blue jeans
Diamond in her belly,
Whiff of apple jelly,
Red tat on her
Ankle . . . .
She gives her
Leg a smack,
Lord, more curves than
A Mountain Switchback.

Back In The Hills
On ode to country living.
Back In The Hills
(Gibson/Bates/Kelley 2017)

Verse 1
Way back in the Hills
Find them sit’n around,
Doing what they know they do best,
Not too many people,
Know what they do,
That’s where they go to kick it back and rest.

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

Verse 2
Away from the smog,
Smelling cows and hogs,
To me that’s what I call fresh air,
Some go there to write,
Others to spend the night,
The closest thing to a city is a county fair.

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

Instrumental

Verse 3
Yeah, back in the Hills,
Laying in a field,
In a country sky you can see a lot more stars,
Try it in the city,
You’ll find it such a pity,
Laying on the concrete, dodging cars.

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

Instrumental

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

“Get Up” by PERK added to Partying on the Back Roads Country Music on Spotify

“Get Up” by PERK added to Partying on the Back Roads Country Music on Spotify

Alternative Country

Get Up
By PERK
From the album Get Up

After a streak of melancholic songs PERK thought it was time for something up-tempo and fun! Get Up is a guitar driven pop-rock track with boyband energy and summer feel.

Songwriters, producers, artists PERK have written and produced songs for many international stars like Celine Dion, Bella Thorne, Sarah Connor, Clay Aiken, VIXX, Helena Paparizou and many more.z

Their collaboration started out as songwriting partners writing on demand for other artists, and they immediately found that working together always felt smooth and effortless. Having discovered the mutual love for good melodic pop and country music they decided to create a scene where they have the possibility to let their own creative ideas flow. The result is PERK; an Indie-band born in the summer of 2017. In February 2018 they released their first single.

The sound is a blend of pop and country with a touch of Scandinavian simplicity and melancholy. The core of every song is a great melody.

Get Up has been added to Partying on the Back Roads Country Music playlist.

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