Reference tracks for 10 new songs were recently recorded at Spectrum Recording Studios in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. While “Breakaway” was recorded off and on over an 8 month period, the band plans to “immerse” itself at a studio this fall and record up to 12 or more songs in a short period of time to generate even more of a live vibe for the next album.
The new material is more narrative and less reflective, drawing from the band’s long term Florida experience. Songs like Monroe County Line, Highway 27, South Miami Midnight and Coconut Jive tap into the place where James W. Hall and Carl Hiassen meet, while other songs continue to showcase the band’s forays into the blues infused and jazz flavored territory that was the heart and soul of the first Dark Horse Flyer LP.
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