That last part of the caption had us all in a tailspin, wondering just what “a new era” means.
Could they simply be talking about the new release of “Hurt No More?”
Or is it something much deeper, as their debut album Cabin Feveris expected to drop at some point before 2022 ends (maybe not anymore, however).
Needless to say, it got us all thinking, and although we don’t have all the answers quite yet, we officially have “Hurt No More” to spin the bejesus out of for the time being.
Led by the deep, gritty vocals of front man Pecos Hurley, the song is all about reminiscing on the time he and his former significant other officially called it quits.
No matter what he does, and no matter how much he tries to drown the pain away with alcohol, he simply can’t escape the memory of her.
The song brings a sense of relatability to just about every listener, as we’ve all been in a place where we’ve had a hard time letting go of a former flame, no matter what vice we try to use escape the pain.
With the headbanger “Last Night’s Lashes,” the smooth, saxophone driven “Time For Wine,” and now heartbreaker “Hurt No More,” it’s easy to see that we have a ton to look forward to once Pecos and the boys seal the deal on the new record.
Also, if you haven’t had a chance to see Pecos & the Rooftops live, the music video for “Hurt No More” paints the perfect picture of what you can expect at one of their shows.