Bones Under the Morning Sun

Well into their 9th year as a band, The Redlines sound continues to evolve and nowhere is that more evident than on their latest full-length album, Bones Under the Morning Sun, a combination of five older and five new songs released on Swade Records.  The album kicks off with the slide guitar-driven Appalachian foot-stomper, “Panic Attack” followed by the swaggering Stones-esque “Snake”, both written by guitarist, Jason Lizzi.  The album also features a haunting cover of the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic, “Bad Moon Rising” and the heavier, introspective desert-rock riffage of “Down to the River”.

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