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by This September

Good Times, Good Vibes; Good Music
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. State Line
4:16 $1.29
2. Death Cowboy
3:47 $1.29
3. Walker
3:07 $1.29
4. Middletown
3:20 $1.29
5. Little by Little
2:31 $1.29
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Album Notes
Where This September's "2808" EP (released December 2016) focused on where the band was at the time; 'Middletown' takes a look back at where they came from. Journeying back from the late nights, and wild times occurring at the bands shared living and practice quarters in Baltimore, to their hometown where the days were long and the nights were even longer. 'Middletown' takes it's name from Middletown Rd, one of the few main roads in a small, country town just south of the Pennsylvania border, where the band grew up.
The influence of their hometown can be felt in the Track list alone.
"State Line", for example, is named in reference to a bar/packaged goods supplier just below the border of Maryland and Pennsylvania where the band spent many nights and days grabbing a couple 40 oz. bottles, a thirty rack, and a bottle or two of a little somethin' somethin' to take the edge off.
"Walker" takes it's name from the connecting road between Vocalist, Ron Rose's, and Guitarist, Michael McCulloch's childhood homes.
The Title track, "Middletown", reflects fondly on the days of house parties and sipping a brew or two down by the reservoir whereas "Death Cowboy" and "Little by Little" take on a more serious tone.
The latter two tracks deal primarily with the effects of the opiate addiction that has ravaged a small town community, impacting friends, families, classmates, and colleagues.

In Summary, This September's "Middletown" EP, is a refreshing, and encapsulating look back at the roots and rust of a band growing up in a small town viewed with the distance of time and the miles between.



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