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    Our Latest and Greatest. Nine songs written over the past 3 years.

    “...the nine tracks on Silver Lining cohere organically while donning their cap at different regional influences, calling to mind everything from voluptuous Strangers Almanac-Whiskeytown to 6-String Drag spit-and-grit” Charlotte Viewpoint

    “…a classic country-rock effort built on lonesome pedal steel, earnest delivery, shuffles and waltzes with complementary guitar picking that adds color and texture with echoes of Drive-By Truckers, Ryan Adams, and Fleetwood Mac.” Courtney Devores, Charlotte Observer

    “Their latest is a collection of toe-tapping, foot stomping twang that will have any listener bobbing their head midway through the chorus. Their ability to blend each individual style – never letting one outshine the other – is alive and well…” Kelli Raulerson, CLTure.org

    “Pullman Strike is a sextet bringing you a wonderful mash up of indie, stoner rock and Americana. Their latest album features heartfelt love songs alongside gut-wrenching melodies about loss and loneliness” Jenny Lou Bennett, Shutter 16

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Keys by Jason Atkins

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The sun sets at dinner time the ghosts come out to play
You wrestle with the crippling thoughts of yesterday

What kind of a man do you make of this who do you think he'd be
To put you out with the butt of his heel and not even feel a thing

With your nails cracked and bloody you're reaching for the side
Of this tangled web of thoughts this war you call your mind

But you don't know you're a pawn
In this game of keeping you right where you think you belong

That was all a lie you believed
I don't ever want to see you leave
So take your time and come back on your own
I'll be right where I was

If my hair was gold and my eyes were a lighter shade of blue
I think I'd have a better chance of being known
I'd be a shoe-in for getting some love from you

Tonight I'm leaving and I don't know why
With a suitcase full of nothing, but hand-fulls of time
Well a many a man would search his soul out on this lonesome road
But tonight I'm driving for driving's sake with nowhere to go

That was all a lie you believed
I don't ever want to see you leave
So take your time and come back on your own
I'll be right where I was

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from Silver Lining, released January 6, 2015
Written by Pullman Strike

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Pullman Strike Charlotte, North Carolina

Pullman Strike (Charlotte, NC)


Daniel Beckham- Drums
Wesley Hamilton- Pedal Steel Guitar
Neil Mauney- Vocals, Lead/Rhythm Guitars
Evan Stepp- Vocals, Rhythm Guitars
Dan Smith- Acoustic Guitar
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