Ten gallons of disapproval

Think You Know Best Jay & Luke

A light-touch toe-tapper with some loosely pleasant harmonies, cool and full acoustic guitar sound blending smoothly with the bass. I can’t help but think of cowboy riding music. By which I mean music for cowboys to ride along to. You know, clippety clop.
Lyrically it’s not on the range though; it’s a song of chastisement and knowing. A laid back kind of rebuke, not so much ‘I’m gonna get you” as “get what’s coming to ya”.
Good to hear a fade in/fade out song again, that makes it seem more like passing observation, continuing that theme of non-aggression.
Don’t love it, don’t hate it, unable to relate to the sentiments unearthed at this point. But the vocals are well executed and well-voiced, the production generally all present and correct. Just nice.


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