Delaney Davidson and Marlon Williams are happy to announce the release of their latest installment in the Sad But True series.
Louder, bigger and more developed and definitely a darker version of the vision than we saw in Volume 1. A fuller band sound, nastier, ruder. The late night teenage cousin of the youth we saw rise and stretch with the dawn in the blushing modesty of Volume 1. Raucous covers sit beside self-penned classics, and the reverent treatment of songs their friends have written stand again as a true testament to their worship of the song. Borders are again disregarded and the rule book tossed away as they rip through songs of Guns, Devils, Late Night Heartache, Hangings, Infanticide, True Fidelity and Candy.
Summarising into a mere 11 tracks, there remains the original freshness of the earlier work, but a tinge of the lonesome creeps in to colour this, a much darker palette, than the abandoned joy of Volume 1.