Eric Church, also known as"country music's bad boy", recently released his new album, The Outsiders, and now his taking his new songs on the road performing in small night clubs. Rolling Stone is covering this intimate road show.
There may not be another 'Springsteen' on Eric Church's new album 'The Outsiders,' but one of the best tracks from the eclectic, aggressive, 12-song project shares a title with the something the Boss is known for.
Eric Church’s new song ‘Give Me Back My Hometown’ seems to fill in the answer to a question proposed last month through a short series of cryptic videos. The first video promised: “One will rise , one will fall," and then another indicated the first wasn't meant as an attack on Taylor Swift. It's not clear why footage of Swift was used at all, although this new song does explore themes the 24-year-old is famous for singing about.
Eric Church is one for making statements, and he's already done that with his first single and title track off his forthcoming album. The country rocker opened about his record, single 'The Outsiders' (which he describes as a cross between Waylon and Metallica), and of course, the 2013 CMA Awards.
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