Outta Sight

The Sheepdogs

Outta Sight

The Sheepdogs’ music has always had a time-traveling quality, their Southern-styled riffs and shaggy grooves instantly placing you behind the wheel of a Camaro en route to some all-night bonfire party circa 1976. And in the wake of the pandemic, their desire to live every day like it’s Dazed and Confused has only intensified. The Sheepdogs’ seventh album, Outta Sight, was conceived as a cure-all for the COVID blues, a classic-rock booster shot loaded with twin-guitar boogie, sunny soul, and a have-a-good-time-all-the-time bonhomie. Whether it’s staking out the middle ground between Skynyrd swing and Thin Lizzy leads (“Find the Truth”), doling out Doobie-worthy harmonies (“I Wanna Know You”), or firing up the drum machine like Eric Clapton busking with a boom box (“So Far Gone”), Outta Sight wholly succeeds in its mission to make you forget the early 2020s ever happened.

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