Never one to confine himself musically to just one box – ARIA and 3x Golden Guitar nominee, Angus Gill – has shed yet another musical skin taking him in a whole new direction.
“Always On The Run” is the first single lifted from his forthcoming bluegrass release, “The Scrapbook”.
The song came together on a six-week song writing trip to Nashville in 2018 with co-writer and Grammy nominee, Thomm Jutz.
“I had the title and the line ‘You might think she’s an outlaw, but she ain’t done nothing wrong’. I liked the misdirection with the title and the idea of setting the song up to be a predictable, literal Outlaw type song, but when derailing that thought with one wry line”, says Angus.
“Thomm and I were talking about the hard working women that serve as an inspiration to what we could all get done, if we were a little wiser with our time and had the indelible determination to get the job done. My Mother came to mind and Amber Lawrence’s name also came up in conversation”.
The new album, “The Scrapbook”, was produced by Angus Gill and Tim Crouch, mixed by Gill and mastered by Jeff McCormack. It features further collaborations with Jim Lauderdale, Jerry Salley, Gary Burr, Rivers Rutherford and Charles Esten (star of the TV series, “Nashville”).
“Always On The Run” is released across all digital platforms on Friday 25th June while “The Scrapbook” is available from Friday 20th August 2021 through Rivershack Records / MGM Distribution.
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