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This performance will be taped and televised on April 27th.
Old Flame Records
Antony Bland & John Mathiason
An American band.
"Tumbleweed" is a gorgeous and pensive new song that has acoustic ambiance peppered with swirling country flavored psychedelia.
“Tie your laces tight. Double them. Look long in a direction, past where you can see. Take in the horizon, and sprint ’til you can’t breathe. Notice the distance from where you came to when you leave? That’s where where Paul Masson, his wife Krystal, and The Great American Canyon Band have settled down, and built a home.”
“Their new single “Tumbleweed,” is a gorgeous piece of desert-blasted country-rock that seems custom-built for road trips.”
“The Great American Canyon Band has a way of making us feel like we've been sitting on our asses too long. It has a way of painting a current climate that is nothing like the current climate. It's something that's been retroactively fit into a romantic's view of the way it should always be, albeit with more woesomeness. With the overwhelming sadness that percolates, there come some lovely trade-offs. For instance, if you'll look up for a second, you'll notice that you've never been able to see the stars so clearly or brightly than you're able to when husband and wife team Paul and Krystal Jean Masson are singing together, in their riveting and strategically methodical style. They trade lines, adding more and more substance to these tales of people who are cautious about love, and rightly so. They sound as if they've been sunk a time or two and they're trying to help others not repeat the same mistakes.”
“a gorgeous collection of hypnotic songs that draws on a heady mix of dream pop, acousticana and psychedelia.”
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