Muscadine Bloodline To Release New Song “No, Pedal Steel” This Friday

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What may be the final teaser before the reveal is coming our way Friday.

Muscadine Bloodline is releasing their latest single, “No, Pedal Steel,” this week and just from the title alone, I’m super excited.

The title is in direct opposition to the Whiskey Riff mantra of  “More Steel,” but it sounds like the song’s shaping up to be a stone-cold heartbreaker.

From the sneak peak it seems it’s gonna be about how the memories of lost love, old times and better days are triggered by the crying sound of pedal steel.

Spit balling a bit, but damn if that’s the concept sign me the hell up.

Judging by the first two songs we’ve heard, title track “Dispatch To 16th Ave.” and “Dyin’ For A Livin'”, there’s a 100% chance it’s gonna be tried and true country and 100% chance it’s gonna be damn good.

Cannot wait for Friday and can’t wait for the whole album on February 4th.

“A sneak peak of what’s to come off our upcoming Album dropping Feb. 4th. This one’s called “No, Pedal Steel” and it can’t be a country record with without a sad song in 3/4 time.”


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And get the Whiskey Riff More Steel shirt, guaranteed to bring out more tears when listening to sad country songs.

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