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Richmond Fontaine - You Can't Go Back If there's Nothing to Go Back To (2016) 320 / Lossless

18-03-2016, 11:09
Country | Folk | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Title: You Can't Go Back If There's Nothing to Go Back To
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Decor Records
Genre: Alt-Country, Folk Rock, Americana
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 48:37
Total Size: 111 / 267 MB


01. Leaving Bev's Miners Club At Dawn (1:35)
02. Wake Up Ray (3:38)
03. I Got Off The Bus (3:48)
04. Whitey and Me (5:23)
05. Let's Hit One More Place (2:55)
06. I Can't Black It Out If I Wake Up And Remember (5:12)
07. Don't Skip Out On Me (4:07)
08. Two Friends Lost At Sea (4:35)
09. Three Brothers Roll Into Town (3:45)
10. Tapped Out In Tulsa (3:02)
11. The Blind Horse (2:14)
12. A Night In The City (5:30)
13. Easy Run (2:59)

Decor Records is proud to release the tenth studio album by Alt-Country kings, Richmond Fontaine, which will be their first in five years. Richmond Fontaine's songwriter, Willy Vlautin says of the album "This record was written for all the guys we know who have hit the wall, are about to hit the wall, or are in the middle of slamming into it, It's a record about paying the price for the way one's lived. All of us in RF are at the age where the bill starts coming due for the decisions we've made along the way." Recorded and produced in Portland, Oregon by John Askew at Flora Studios, YOU CAN'T GO BACK features the stalwart lineup of Sean Oldham on drums, Dan Eccles on guitar, and Paul Brainard on pedal steel. Freddy Trujillo (The Delines) joins on bass for his first recording with RF, and longtime friend Jenny Conlee (The Decemberists) plays keyboards with former bassist Dave Harding contributing some guitar after a move to Europe. While the atmosphere is familiar the songwriting is Vlautin's strongest to date matching his lyrics in depth. Richmond Fontaine rose to fame in 2004 off the back of their 5th album Post To Wire which went on to sell over 20,000 copies and earned them Album of the Month in UNCUT. The press snowballed with that and the following 4 albums which saw the band playing Green Man, Primavera, End of the Road Festivals while building a loyal following over the last 11 years.

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