Drive-By Truckers share new song, “What It Means”

It's from new album, American Band

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Drive-By Truckers have shared a new song, “What It Means”, from their forthcoming album, American Band.

The album was recorded at Nashville’s Sound Emporium with longtime producer/engineer David Barbe. The band have already previewed one new song “Surrender Under Protest” on NPR.

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Talking about “What It Means”, Patterson Hood said that it’s “a song I wrote a couple of years ago protesting the Ferguson decision and the Trayvon Martin killing. Unfortunately, the song is still timely today. I hope and pray that one day it won’t be.”

The tracklisting for American Band is:

Ramon Casiano
Darkened Flags on the Cusp of Dawn
Surrender Under Protest
Guns of Umpqua
Filthy and Fried
When the Sun Don’t Shine
Kinky Hypocrites
Ever South
What It Means
Once They Banned Imagine
Baggage

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