The Bailey Hounds released their debut album yesterday on Devil’s Night and the Satanic theme is recurring throughout the album.
The album takes on a dark tone, which is to be expected. I wouldn’t describe it as a sinister tone, just dark and cold with a wintry feel.
In my mind I can fast forward to the end of November when the sun is disappearing at 4 PM and we are all bundling up in sweaters to stay warm; this music fits perfectly with those images. If you own a cabin in the mountains, this album should be on your winter playlist.
The subject matter of the album also makes it perfect for Halloween. If we want to go that route, I picture it as more of a Texas album. If they ever remake Texas Chainsaw Massacre again, some of these tracks should make the cut on the soundtrack. It actually contains tracks which could set different moods in a film, so if not a TCM remake, they should be used to score some Hollywood (or indie) project in the future.
The Bailey Hounds touch upon rock, country, folk, and probably a few other genres that I can’t quite decipher. It remains interesting throughout and it creates images in my mind. That’s when I can tell music is really good. If it paints a picture in my mind, I can really feel the music, and I feel the Bailey Hounds.
Stream the album below and check out some images I gathered that were close to what appeared in my head while listening to it.
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