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Flannel Mouth / Press

“'Oh, Bastard' is the perfect song to sit down and find the bottom of a bottle of whiskey to.”

“Flannel Mouth may come from a town of a thousand, but the four-piece group has probably been described in a couple thousand ways. Their sound is unlike any other, and that’s something the guys embrace.”

“'Oh, Bastard' finds itself jumping from bouncy, melodic bass lines betwixt a crooning fiddle to a stomping hook surrounded by prog-inspired instrumentals, and it all supplements the dismal story of a boy born to parents with other priorities and the ultimate fates of anyone involved.”

“It is hard not to be impressed with the depth of Myers and bandmate Zach Hartman's blending harmonies throughout the single. Lines like 'And no one saw what was coming next/ It's cruel/ It's irresponsibly so/ Yet somehow/ Still so predictable' permeate the song and add a rich layer to what is arguably some of Myers best writing to date.”

“'Oh, Bastard' is a show of vaudevillian proportions: from the twangy fiddle that punctuates every prog-styled bassline to the guttural storytelling of Luke Myers.”

“The song, though independent of an album, showcases the emergence of Flannel Mouth’s ability to write a hard-hitting single whilst staying true to their unique brand of theatric rock.”

“Flannel Mouth’s 'Oh, Bastard' is an exemplary piece of theatrical-rock.”

“If you’re bored of listening to the same type of music and want something with some grit, these six songs tempt you to reach for a glass of some good bourbon and dream about how hot hell is.”

“'Pull in Your Horns' is perfectly put together to create an EP with a melodic story. If you’re looking for some dirty Rock’ n ’Roll and like Murder by Scene, The Forecast or Brand New, you’ll love 'Pull In Your Horns.'”