Great Peacock‘s Forever Worse Better, out Oct. 9, stands as the Nashville trio’s definitive statement. It’s a deeply personal record that reflects the struggle between the public and private, the desire to keep striving for one’s dreams and the recognition of the sacrifices made along the way. This self-produced, self-financed effort features guests such as Adam Kurtz on pedal steel (Sarah Shook, American Aquarium), and Sadler Vaden on guitar (Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Drivin N Cryin).
The latest single, “High Wind”, perfectly reflects the collection’s lyrical themes and musical aesthetic. And a little more.