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The Train Wrecks / Press

“The Train Wrecks have always been rooted in country music, but their ability to seamlessly exit the genre for a moment, yet stay grounded in traditional American music creates an entirely new sound, which is at the heart of their appeal as a group.”

“One admirable thing about this album is that it keeps you guessing. You can't say that The Train Wrecks has a signature sound because every song is a little bit different. From the romps "We Roll On" and "Reverend's Jacket" to the the honky-tonk sound of "Went Out Ridin'", the band covers a lot of ground musically. The constant is the songwriting and storytelling in the songs. If you're a fan of gritty alt-country bands like Lucero and Drive-By Truckers, this album will fit right into your collection.”

“The Train Wrecks could very likely be successful in any genre they want. It's a sense of potential that runs through any song of theirs the listener is fortunate enough to experience.”

“Energetic Americana band The Train Wrecks specialize in twangy, country rock odes to risk takers and ne’er do wells, and their track, “She Was The One” does not disappoint.”

“Alt-Country Gurus The Train Wrecks:"They are fun, well-prepared, and have great energy"”

Meaghan Walsh and Lee Keller - Savannah Magazine

“Almost any night of the week you have the opportunity to see one of the most aclaimed bands in the Southeast without going more than a couple of miles from your house.”