11 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their second album, The Wild Feathers add heaping doses of vintage power pop to their roots rock. The result is a batch of tunes as rich in chiming chords and multipart harmonies as it is in heartland twang and down-home familiarity. Echoing a brash young Tom Petty circa 1979, “Overnight” and “Happy Again” are brilliant odes to growing up restless, reckless, and hopelessly romantic in America. When the group add a bubbling drum machine to the acoustic-flavored “Hallelujah,” they reveal a cool knack for tweaking the very classic rock conventions they so clearly cherish.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their second album, The Wild Feathers add heaping doses of vintage power pop to their roots rock. The result is a batch of tunes as rich in chiming chords and multipart harmonies as it is in heartland twang and down-home familiarity. Echoing a brash young Tom Petty circa 1979, “Overnight” and “Happy Again” are brilliant odes to growing up restless, reckless, and hopelessly romantic in America. When the group add a bubbling drum machine to the acoustic-flavored “Hallelujah,” they reveal a cool knack for tweaking the very classic rock conventions they so clearly cherish.

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