“Welcome back, Wilson Pickers. After a five-year hiatus — initially brought on by the 2011 leukaemia relapse of vocalist/guitarist Danny Widdicombe — the bluegrass supergroup return with new single, “Pulled Apart By Horses”, the first preview from forthcoming album, You Can’t Catch Fish From A Train, exclusively premiered today via Rolling Stone.
Right from the outset, it’s clear their trademark tongue-in-cheek larrikinism hasn’t faded, as lead Ben Salter “jacked up on gin and gatorade” darts from religious references to film metaphors to solemn poetic punches (“I really miss my mother”), before charging the troupe into a mid-song hoedown. The group’s candour playfulness is further extenuated by the lo-fi clip, featuring all five dancing and prancing along to the song’s smirking tone.
You Can’t Catch Fish From A Train is set to be released on August 26th via ABC Music. [J.N.]”
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