Richmond howlers earn their name with vocals this grizzled and a website that lists blog updates as “Yarns.” “When the Wheels Touch Down” pounds along mightily before the other shoe even drops, with a big hairy guitar solo at the end and stadium sized echo to capture every gargled note from Andy Stepanian’s lips. It’s hard to tell if this sound is being made by five musicians or a chain gang hollering of the day when they’ll finally escape. Then you start thinking how good that voice would reverberate off of holding cell bars.
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