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  1. Aug 13,  · I'm completely obsessed with The Wild Feathers' new album, and "The Ceiling" is easily one of my favorite songs of In a genre where things tend to get stripped almost too bare sometimes, TWF offer a rich, lush acoustic sound with a strong folk/indie-rock influence, somewhere between The Gaslight Anthem and The Black soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo't wait to hear more from these guys!/5(8).
  2. Falling somewhere between the earnest, neo-southern rock of the Black Crowes, the bluesy swagger of the Black Keys, and the wide-open-road country-rock of the Eagles, Nashville-by-way-of-Austin's Wild Feathers apply the lessons of the past to the wounds of the present, offering up an expansive track collection of hard luck stories, fist-pumping highway jams, and rural, midtempo porch.
  3. The Ceiling Lyrics. 6. Left My The Wild Feathers “The Wild Feathers” Q&A. Album Credits. Writers Joe King, Joel Tyler King, Ricky Young & 1 more. More The Wild Feathers albums.
  4. Wood burnin' up on the hill Cedar drawer full of pills, and it's quiet Like snow through the tree And I did what I did and I didn't mean anything Where you come from and where you go who you talk to and who you know When you're lying in fields of green Well I did what I did And I didn’t mean anything (chorus) The sunrise, dry eyes, red morning Smoke stacks, old hats, I'm still.
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  6. The Wild Feathers "The Ceiling": Wood burnin' up on the hill Cedar drawer full of pills, The Wild Feathers Lyrics. album: "The Wild Feathers" () Backwoods Company. American. I Can Have You. Tall Boots. The Ceiling. Left My Woman. I'm Alive. Hard Wind.
  7. The Wild Feathers Photo: Steve Lowry / Ryman Archives “We gotta’ thank Lightning for everything," Young said before "The Ceiling," perhaps the band's best-known song, thanks to some heavy.
  8. All signs point to The Wild Feathers becoming the next great American rock ‘n’ roll band. The Nashville-based group—Ricky Young [guitar, vocals], Taylor Burns [guitar, vocals], Joel King [bass, vocals], and Ben Dumas [drums]—spent more than two years on the road supporting their self-titled full-length album alongside everybody from Bob Dylan to Gary Clark Jr.

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