Hounds - Cattle In The Sky Described by Hounds bassist/vocalist Jack McCoy as "a juxtaposition of things," the album is set for release in February 2021. It follows the band's 2017 self-titled LP. A lot has changed for the group in those three years - not to mention the decade since the band first took off as Clockwork, when the original members were young teenagers in St. Charles. The band now offers up a more aggressive style of rock than it's earlier sound. On St. Louis on the Air, Slone described the new album as featuring "energetic rock 'n' roll that's honest."
Hounds - Cattle In The Sky Described by Hounds bassist/vocalist Jack McCoy as "a juxtaposition of things," the album is set for release in February 2021. It follows the band's 2017 self-titled LP. A lot has changed for the group in those three years - not to mention the decade since the band first took off as Clockwork, when the original members were young teenagers in St. Charles. The band now offers up a more aggressive style of rock than it's earlier sound. On St. Louis on the Air, Slone described the new album as featuring "energetic rock 'n' roll that's honest."
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Cattle In The Sky
Artist: Hounds
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1. To Be in Love
2. Three Hits of Acid
3. Head in Sand
4. Make You My Baby
5. Stultus Tibia
6. Long Way Down
7. Shake Me Up
8. Muchanothin
9. In Over My Head
10. Low Life
11. Blue
12. On and on

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Hounds - Cattle In The Sky Described by Hounds bassist/vocalist Jack McCoy as "a juxtaposition of things," the album is set for release in February 2021. It follows the band's 2017 self-titled LP. A lot has changed for the group in those three years - not to mention the decade since the band first took off as Clockwork, when the original members were young teenagers in St. Charles. The band now offers up a more aggressive style of rock than it's earlier sound. On St. Louis on the Air, Slone described the new album as featuring "energetic rock 'n' roll that's honest."