Welcome to DrunkenWerewolf’s ReverbNation column; a place where you’ll find the fruits of our labour following out partnership with the app and social media music goliath. Over the next three months, we’ll be scouring submissions through their website to bring a selection of the finest to your ears.
The sultry lick of guitar and Ashley Beth’s vocal on the new Sugar Lime Blue track “Move That Earth” will suck you into a world of salty earth, country music and mystifyingly good instrumentation.
Sugar Lime Blue have cropped up on DrunkenWerewolf’s radar numerous times, thanks in part to their strenuous attack on the internet: this band have got an online image to die for. What keeps our attention however is Sugar Lime Blue’s talent for writing a tune; spitting fire at rock from the 60s and 70s and adding a special Nashville jaunt to proceedings. The results are clear on full length album Far from the Tree – a raucous, rolling release that plays to all of the band’s strengths.
Totalling over seven years working on the project, Ashley Beth is joined by Dave Beth and Russ Dean on guitar, Steven Brooks on drums and John Simpson on the all important steel guitar.
Check out “Move That Earth” below and find out more about the band here.