DBT’s 14th studio album marks a sharp departure from the trenchant political commentary of the last three records.
A reckoning with the dualities of the things that make you alive and how they sometimes can kill you. A life-affirming flashlight for the dark nights of one’s soul.
Guest appearances include Margo Price, Mike Mills and Schaefer Llana.
The title track is a tongue in cheek homage to a local dive that Cooley and Patterson played in their early days. Disco lights and industrial carpet, they would occasionally play to a near empty room or open for a hair metal cover band.
As the song says “Our glory days did kinda suck”.