Lonely Is a Lifetime

Lonely Is a Lifetime

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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