Time Sawyer: Headed Home

time sawyer headed home

Time Sawyer, a North Carolina Americana folk band, have released their latest album titled Headed Home. The perfect record to listen to on a country drive, Time Sawyer’s new album offers songs for everyone, ranging from acoustic campfire jams, to hard hitting rock and roll.  The first song, Untitled Traveler, is an acoustic song that wraps up the group’s appeal in nearly three minutes. Starting off with an acoustic guitar with heartfelt vocals, the song has a slight bluegrass feel, while still keeping with the simplicity of folk music, which pulls you in from the very start.

Tunes like Annabelle Please, about a relationship that has disintegrated, are relatable folk tunes that fans old and new will love. What is so great about Time Sawyer is that they seem to thrive on writing simple relatable songs that fans will not be able to get enough of. Fans will also be able to draw parallels between folk influenced groups such as Mumford and Sons and The Avett Brothers, since both groups have both a passion and ability that is alluring, while making their music stand out from the pack. From listening to Headed Home, Time Sawyer will hopefully be able to make their mark on the music industry soon, graduating from coffee shop gigs to an opening band slot with bands in their genre.

Each time listeners hear Headed Home they will be consistently reminded of the hard work and effort that the band has put in in order to make their record a great success.  Time Sawyer is currently on the road promoting Headed Home in coffee shops around the country.

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