In a nutshell, Bored & Dangerous says: “Lonely is a Lifetime might break The Wild Feathers through to a new level, but it’s at the expense of a lot of what made them exciting three years ago.”
Three years ago, The Wild Feathers announced themselves with a debut of folk, roots and vintage country rock reverence. With Lonely is a Lifetime, they’re going for something more mainstream and accessible. With its slick production values and a lush feel all over, they have noticeably lost some edge in search of hits.
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