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Album Review: Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors - 'Strangers No More'

Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors are back with their latest Strangers No More, their first release since 2019's critically acclaimed Dragons. If you are looking for honest, tried, and true Americana/Roots music, you can't go wrong with Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors. This trend continues on the group's new release.

Strangers No More is velvety smooth, infusing mixes of roots, soul (especially on "All the Money"), and Americana. And let's not forget the absolute banger "Gratitude" where Drew Holcomb and Co. pivot a little towards an alt-country feel and Holcomb unleashes his pipes throughout the laid back tune. "That's on You, That's on Me" is another tune that has a bit of a twang to it, but it's far more upbeat than "Gratitude". This one is easy to see people dancing along to as it has honkey-tonk roots.


With several acclaimed albums under their belt, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors will only continue to climb with this release. They've already played festivals such as Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, BottleRock, and many more. They've also shared the stage with the likes of Willie Nelson. This record is going to continue their success. We're glad as they deserve it for their effort.


Rating - 5/5

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