The Hicksville Band | Comfort in the Glass

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Comfort in the Glass

by The Hicksville Band

The debut album from the UK's premiere Contemporary Country outfit is a tour-de-force of mature songwriting and high-calibre playing. Partly recorded in Nashville, you could be forgiven for thinking these guys hail from the US instead of the UK!
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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1. Me Too
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2. She Don't Know
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3. Broken Town
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4. Vision of Her
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5. Own Two Feet
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6. Daddy Don't Cry
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7. Last Picture Show
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8. Comfort in the Glass
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9. Just Like You
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10. Wreck My Bed
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11. Another Country
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12. Something I Live With
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Hicksville Band are one of the UK's top Contemporary Country outfits, and "Comfort in the glass" is their debut album, recorded in part at Hilltop Studios in Nashville. Like country music itself, the album is a broad church; from the full-on hoedown and witty lyrical theme of "Me too" (originally intended as a riposte to Brad Paisley's "Me neither") through the gentle reflection of "She don't know" to the cinematic Americana of "Last picture show" the high calibre of songwriting and musicianship reflects the love that the band members have for the variety and complexity of their chosen genre.

Already a proven force as a live act, this first album is certain to earn them an additional reputation as recording artists and songwriters of note.

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