Luke Doucet just wasn’t made for these times. “I been listening to the radio sometimes, and it’s making my backbone wilt,” he sings at the beginning of “Peterbilt Coalmine,” a bitter, biting tune about an old-school musician trying to find his place in today’s world. At least he’s got the company of bandmate Melissa McClelland, who keeps Doucet’s fire contained with some cooing, cooling harmonies.
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