There’s an old adage in the music buiness – “hurry up and wait”. It’s as old as time itself and still rings true today. All too often, we’re stuck in a no man’s land where the present is almost non-existent. You look at the past, the “Good Old Days,” with rose-colored glasses. The future is presented as when everything will be figured out and makes sense – there’s an unparalleled optimism towards the future. Days drag on, but the years fly by.
With their highly anticpiated sophomore album, Homeland Insecruity, Texas’ Flatland Cavalry wants to stop and smell the roses. Bandleader and Chief Lyricist Cleto Cordero is fine with examining and the present. There’s an appreciation for all the sharp detail and high-spiritied emotions of today. Flatland Cavalry – the afforementioned Cordero, Guitarist Reid Dillion, Bassist Jonathan Saenz, Drummber Jason Albers, and newest member, Fiddle Player Wesley Hall – has been stretching their legs across the country this past year after honin their craft and voice in teh music boomtown of Lubbock, Texas.
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- Homeland Insecurity
- Humble Folks
- Come May