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Nashville's Little Bandit, led by Alex Caress on keys and vocals, whip a gospel howl and soulful, heartbroken croon into their breed of modern honky-tonk, at once evoking George Jones and Queen's "Somebody to Love" on their forthcoming debut LP Breakfast Alone.For their first single, "Bed of Bad Luck," Caress sings (and coolly sing-talks, too) about coping mechanisms and self-awareness while pursuing an intriguing suitor at the bar – who just happens to be another man.Breakfast Alone, out February 10th on yk records, is a culmination of years honing in on a sound that merges country and gospel motifs, rooted in strong lyricism, a dash of subversion and the ability to praise honesty – through both personal and musical truths – above all else, draped in melodies that dance away the despair."I don't know if mainstream country is ready for it, but I hope they are," he says.Video adds another dimension to profiles, so I expect to see the number of meaningful conversations increase even further. The app says it'll continue to add features to profiles that showcase singles' true personalities."We’ve heard from our Members that they’re sick of mindlessly swiping and ending up on bad dates that were solely based on physical appearance," Mc Leod says."I don't really see many other queer musicians in country music," he says, "Especially in traditional country music.And I felt like that's a voice that people need to hear.
I wanted to present that as my real self." With a White House that has some fearing for their most basic of human rights, it's not only an important creative standpoint, but a political one as well."We will continue listening and building out more content on profiles to help our Members make deeper connections, go on better dates, and get into successful relationships."Now, for the hard part — finding a pool, skateboard, or treadmill desk to shoot the perfect Boomerang.