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Folk balladeer Jacob Thomas Jr. shares "Running Through My Mind"

After releasing the boisterous first single, "Whiskey Rollercoaster", off of the upcoming LP Electric Sex, folk songwriter Jacob Thomas Jr. is showing his somber side. Accompanied by his acoustic guitar and light piano and string arrangements, Thomas laments about the changing Nashville, fading memories, and the one that got away on new release "Running Through My Mind". Listen to the track below and stay tuned for more on Thomas's full-length release! - Chris Thiessen

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The New Respects need "Something To Believe In" on soulful single

Nashville's soulful pop group The New Respects have exploded to a national audience in 2017 from Rolling Stone naming them one of "10 Artists You Need To Know" to opening for Robert Randolph & The Family Band. Their sound is ear-catchingly funky and dance-inducing. Their newest single, "Something To Believe In", "is about the longing to believe in goodness when it looks like there is no reason to," shares group member Jasmine Mullen. Hear the song below and catch The New Respects on tour with St. Paul and the Broken Bones at Marathon Music Works on December 1st! - Chris Thiessen

 

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Early Humans' debut is chock-full of pop punk excitement

The process of recording and releasing a debut album can feel like an eternity for bands. For Early Humans, that eternity was 21 long months. But when the fruit produced is as good as Early Humans' self-titled debut, it's worth the wait. Bringing to mind the early days of pop punk with a grittier lo-fi sound akin to The Offspring, Early Humans is sure to delight listeners, especially those with a nostalgic ear. Listen to their track "Time Bomb" off the new release below! 





Born Animal premiere single "Snake Eyes"

The Nashville Deli is proud to exclusively premiere "Snake Eyes", the newest single from local alt-rockers Born Animal. The song "is about realizing that you may not be the same person you once were," says lead singer Ryan Stowe. That personal change is a fact of life Born Animal express here with driving guitars which give way to a breakdown outro, as the song takes on a markedly different tone. The band has been chosen as Lightning 100's local artist of the week. So catch them on the radio, especially as they premiere their new EP Celebration Revolution on Lightning's Friday Afternoon Live on December 1st! And be sure to check out the track below!

 

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Catch infectious new rockers The Bumbs at The Crying Wolf

With names like Merc, Johnny Boy, and Brandon Giftshop Jesus, you can expect The Bumbs are here to have a good time. The garage rock group released their Halloween-themed debut single "Cuz I'm a Zombie" last month bringing a Stones-like sound with their blues-rock riffs and rambunctious energy. Listen to the song and check The Bumbs out with Forest Fire Gospel Choir and Stubborn Son at The Crying Wolf on 11.13.17! - Chris Thiessen

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