As the most recent and strongest iteration of Alone at 3AM prepares their 2015 release Show the Blood, location again plays a singular role as Fender, reaching for simple moments of grace, ruminates on his home in the midwest, a place that’s never quite here or there. And though influences can be heard throughout - a buzz through, say, Detroit, southern California, or St. Paul - the end result is a testament to the power of a confident and road-tested rock band coming to terms with living in the in-between.
released September 18, 2015
Recording/producer Mike Montgomery
Artwork Tom Bolton
The kind of album that accompanies any night out on the town, backyard BBQ, kitchen floor dance session, drunken stooper, next day hangover. Southern party rock and roll. Any fan of Lucero should eat this up! Bucky