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Sticks And Stones

by moe.

Sticks And Stones by moe.

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Sticks And Stones

by moe.

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Label: Fatboy Records
Opting to craft this album in the studio rather than on-stage, moe. deliver a concise set of roots rock numbers further exploring their richly textured, dual-guitar sound. "Cathedral" opens with a pounding refrain and violin frills, while "All Roads Lead to Home" mixes a catchy melody, bold guitar sweeps and a sunny chorus that would make Steely Dan proud. The driving "Queen of Everything" proves that stepping out of one's comfort zone can produce the creative vitality needed to sustain a lasting career.

About This Album

Opting to craft this album in the studio rather than on-stage, moe. deliver a concise set of roots rock numbers further exploring their richly textured, dual-guitar sound. "Cathedral" opens with a pounding refrain and violin frills, while "All Roads Lead to Home" mixes a catchy melody, bold guitar sweeps and a sunny chorus that would make Steely Dan proud. The driving "Queen of Everything" proves that stepping out of one's comfort zone can produce the creative vitality needed to sustain a lasting career.

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About This Album

Opting to craft this album in the studio rather than on-stage, moe. deliver a concise set of roots rock numbers further exploring their richly textured, dual-guitar sound. "Cathedral" opens with a pounding refrain and violin frills, while "All Roads Lead to Home" mixes a catchy melody, bold guitar sweeps and a sunny chorus that would make Steely Dan proud. The driving "Queen of Everything" proves that stepping out of one's comfort zone can produce the creative vitality needed to sustain a lasting career.