Americana Highways brings you this premiere track: “Won’t It Be Something” from the TrueHearts’ upcoming release Songs for Spike due to be released on June 21. The album was produced by Dave Coleman and The TrueHearts, recorded and mixed by Dave Coleman at Howard’s Apartment Studio in East Nashville, then mastered by Alex McCollough at True East Mastering. “Won’t it Be Something” is Steve McWilliams on vocals and electric guitar (6 and 12 string); Debra Buonaccorsi on vocals, acoustic guitar and keyboard; Brian Hinchliffe on bass; Pete Pulkrabek on drums; with Robert Gay on trumpet and Diego Vasquez on trombone.
After a shuffle rockabilly stepdown introduction, we are drawn into the glorious heights of an energetic buildup song. Songs For Spike is an album full of grounded songwriting. With “Oh won’t it be something to make gold out of nothin’?” this song has a hook that you’ll be humming for days; The TrueHearts write music with true earworm quality.
“This song is about sticking to your guns, no matter what, and holding onto the belief that, one day, it’ll all pay off. It’s about hanging onto your American dream.” — Steve and Debra
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