Americana Highways brings you this premiere of The Pinx’ title track “Sisters and Brothers” from their forthcoming album. “Sisters and Brothers” features Adam McIntyre on vocals, guitar and percussion; Chance McColl on guitar and backing vocals; Jonathan Lee on bass and backing vocals; Dwayne Jones on drums & percussion with Beth Moore on keys. The album was produced by Brian Carter & Joey Jones, engineered at Aria Studio by Joey Jones, mixed by Brian Carter at Paradox Productions, and mastered by JJ Golden at Golden Mastering. Sisters and Brothers will be available April 12th.
“Sisters & Brothers” is a classic rock song with serious anthemic energy. With its message of empowering support, “hold on to your sisters and brothers, hold on ’cause you ain’t got no others,” it starts out with an emotional grounding before it kicks its rock ‘n roll electric guitars into action. Sisters and Brothers will help you hold your ground this spring against anything standing in your way.
Sisters & Brothers’ is about the need for unity as everything’s falling apart. Chance (McColl, Guitarist) brought this music in and I asked if I could write some lyrics for it. I had a couple ideas and the first one didn’t work out. Then I let melody tell me what it wanted me to say and it came out with a state of the union address. Basically, that at two minutes til midnight on the doomsday clock, shouldn’t we unite and work toward a common good?” – Adam McIntyre, The Pinx
Pre-order here: https://thepinx.bandcamp.com/album/sisters-brotherswhile you are listening right here: