Tounge Tied

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    “...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

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    “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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lyrics

Tongue tied at the moment, can't seem to recall
What was said that evening, who was on the phone

There's a man on the corner, says he comes here a lot
To see the important people, as they vie for a spot

Going back to the start now, this time it's me
Who's gonna wanna come and level with you baby
Yeah and make it all clean

Now there's talking of leaving, going to try and jump town
They say we're damned if we don't, well I don't wanna find out

Looking back to see where we started
Where we've come, where we're headed for
All this time that you thought was wasted, turns out it's not

You can't understand all this running just because it never led you home
Well this time it's a breeze don't you worry, just take it from me.

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

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