Delta Spirit’s “Villains” recalls a mature love. For frontman Matthew Logan Vasquez, the indie-rock song is a dedication to his wife.
Framed from the perspective of a satellite, Little Filly’s “Orbital Decay” is a scathing rebuke of technological advancements amidst the climate crisis.
Folk-rock duo Fox and Bones celebrate an evergreen love on the anthemic, horn and harmony-driven “Never Give Up on It”.
“Friends (How to Do It)” sees the Wood Brothers’ Oliver Wood join Nicki Bluhm on this funny, funky Americana tune about the modern dating scene.
Calexico’s El Mirador celebrates the power of community and accentuates the power of togetherness in encouraging political change and discouraging division.
“Kill the Snake” is the latest song from Chatham Rabbits’ upcoming album. The Americana tune reflects on slower moments spent by the duo during the pandemic.
As part of Americana Railroad‘s broader release on 17 June, Stephen McCarthy and Carla Olson rock an arrangement of “Here Comes That Train Again”.
Folkie May Erlewine’s “Lion Heart” is a gorgeous and sunny tune that focuses on her immovable support for her daughter amidst bullying.