Robbie and his travelin' band stopped by WXPN in Philadelphia to record a session at the storied World Cafe Live for an NPR broadcast. They played songs from Robbie's newest Bloodshot album 'Gone Away Backward,' as well as a classic Robbie cut.
The Ozark gang came by Bloodshot HQ and treated us to a spirited version of the TP classic "Learning to Fly," complete with mandolin solo, morale-filled chanting, shouting, and stomping, and Brian's spot-on Petty impression.
“We thought it would be really funny to write a song about oral sex," says Lydia. The thought is funny indeed, but this song is devastatingly sad,...Read more
Lydia Loveless is on the front page of SPIN talking about trading banjos and fiddles for fuzzy layers of punk guitars on her forthcoming album 'Somewhere Else,' the album she wrote and scrapped prior to this one, almost losing her mind in 2013, and the minimal likelihood that she'll kick your ass...physically, that is.
It's a...Read more