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Glossary. Photo courtesy of artist
Hailing from Murfreesboro, Tenn., Glossary has persevered as an underdog for more than a decade. After releasing albums independently and self-financing tours throughout its career, the quintet was finally picked up by a label, which released Feral Fire earlier this month.
"Lonely Is a Town"
"Save Your Money for the Weekend"
Named after a line in Cormac McCarthy's The Road, Feral Fire expands upon many of the ideas in Glossary's previous album, The Better Angels of Our Nature. Describing its style as "American rock 'n' roll," the band plays soulful Southern rock, but with an accessibly pop-flavored hum.