MP3 The Green Fuse - Sink Me
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The ambitious songwriting and bravura performances of vocalist Chris Toft find their ideal match in the tight, gorgeous production of Liam Davis as the two core members of The Green Fuse deliver their virtuoso second album “Sink Me” with the backing of a select cast of Chicago’s finest musicians.
From the opening roar of the Dylan-inspired Manchester ‘66 to the closing bittersweet regret of End of the Neverender, the Fuse refuses to be pigeonholed by style, mood or subject matter. Toft’s conflicted characters are sometimes leaving, sometimes left, observing the carnage they’ve caused or vainly trying to fix - contentment is just out of reach but close enough to make them weep, rage at fate or order just one more round before last call.....
Songs such as Backwards Into You (featuring the incomparable Kelly Hogan) offer an energetic alt-country twist on relationship travails, which will burrow into your subconcious and remind you of that lover you could never quite break it off with; while Morning at the Magnolia might meet that same narrator some years later, wondering if loneliness is any better than gloriously insufferable togetherness.
Leave Me a Dress is a short, Stones-style blast of sound that finds the singer trying to deal with a confident lady who generates excitement and confusion -- the modern male response to self-assured women; and The Gingerman sends a husband careening away from responsibility into squalor and debauchery with Townsend-quality riffs ushering the singer’s threats into the night.
“Sink Me” also offers listeners the counterpoint of intimate, haunting songs, such as Careless Love and Meadowlark, a vicarious appreciation of beauty from an imprisoned sinner, and ambivalent takes on hard-won experience in Can o’ Peaches and Stretchin’.
Finally, the epic vistas of Montgomery and The Last Picture Show depict the South coming to terms with secrets, conflicts and irreconcilable longing in the face of a slow but relentless change which sweeps cities and dreamers up in its wake.
Come along with The Green Fuse and steep yourself in the seasoned music of Toft and Davis as they give you 12 songs guaranteed to ease your mind and crease your heart.