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“Texas Swagger EP Review. The EP opens with an invitation that fits right in with the band’s portrayal as a party rock band “Do you want to come over and party or something,” then blasts ahead with the first two songs “Texas Swagger” and “Yes Ladies I’m Single.” The hard hitting rock music featured in both songs solidifies the band’s image, as do the lyrics in the chorus of Texas Swagger “Yeah we do it all night and it ain’t no sin / my wicks are both on fire / cutting into the wire / living for right now.” “Done With You,” is offered in two versions on the hard copy, electric and acoustic. The band peels back the party band exterior and reveals a lot of depth with this song, “Tell me why is it so hard to let you down / when I knew it all along / we gotta move on / I'm movin' on, so long.” Hill’s strong vocals really stand out in both versions.”
“I can only imagine how many times bands are asked for the meaning behind their name/album title/song title. This question provided the platform from which to base our shoot concept around. Can you tell we had mega-fun with Maybe If You Hit It? And it begs the question, what do they want to hit? Blackjack? Booty? You decide. ”
“I stayed at The BackBooth to catch Orlando’s Maybe If You Hit It. The party rock band played all the songs from their recently released EP Texas Swagger as well as “Buck in the Woods” and “Snail Trail.” Their show was as much a visual experience as a musical one, with a posse of scantily clad women in attendance and “The Garrett Show” scrolling along the front of the bass, not to mention The Garrett Show’s back flip off the stage at the end of the set.”