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Morning Day

Til Willis

Indie rock edge on a 60's vibe? Yes, this album has that.

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Dirtflowers

Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy

Dirtflowers: the beautiful things you weren't looking for, but suddenly see all around you.

Dirtflowers is the fourth album by Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy, and while serving up the lyric driven future rustic indie rock the band is known for, it also tones things down to an autumnal orange glow, highlighting the deep emotion in each song. It also sees the band expanding its sound with horns, keyboards, and sonic texture.

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Sons of Decent Children

Til Willis

Sons of Decent Children is the second single from the Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy album, Dirtflowers.

Sons of Decent Children is the second single from the album, Dirtflowers, byt Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy. It is backed here by a non-album track, Beyond the Heather, which is an acoustic song performed solo by Til.

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American Questions

Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy

American Questions is a single from the upcoming album, Dirtflowers by Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy, backed with the song, Action Figure Stance.

American Questions is a single from the Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy album, Dirtflowers. A political tune disguised as a sweet love song with blasting horns.

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In The Body b/w Built of Man

Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy

To reimagined Erratic Cowboy classics available as a digital download or a special limited edition 7" lathe cut record (twenty Available).

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Interrupting Aim

Til Willis

This album is an album with no genre, weaving tales of love, politics and natural disasters into an intoxicating cocktail best consumed with the lights down low.

"The one rule for this album was that, as soon as a song started sounding too much like one genre, we'd deliberately switch gears. Much of this album started life as percussion jams, and then I'd build songs on top of those. This was a way to liberate me from old forms and habits. In the end, I feel like this album is a world unto itself." -Til Willis

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Cars Etcetera

Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy

Future-Rustic Indie Rock driven by well thought out lyrical content.

A very American album that’s digesting itself, its thoughts, its sentiment as fast and hopeful as it is warily spitting it out. The ground is uneven, and there is no steady peace socially or emotionally with the characters that populate the songs. It seems that the image of the Erratic Cowboy drifting through modern times that was started on the album Rumors of A City, has not only become a source for a band’s identification, but a mirror to reflect a country.

That said, this is not so much an outward facing album, as it is an inward one. Seems like there are a lot of moments where the characters are trying in some small way to define home, both as a worldly place, and as a personal place. There’s also a heavy seasonal element with winter, New Year’s Eve, springtime birthdays, and summer romances all making a appearance. After all, most of us live our lives on a rigid schedule of hastily disappearing years mapped out in seasons, and that’s where this album is coming from. It also has the feeling of a postcard.

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