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Heartworn Tragedy

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With its third album, the band’s rolling Red Dirt country sound plows through storms of heartbreak, loneliness, regret, and yes, tragedy. “Heartworn Tragedy,” inspired by the sudden killing of a young man, has a rock sensibility, while the smooth “Saying Goodbye” is a piano-based ode to a dying relationship. The intimate “Run With the Devil” and “Surrender” draw from Bart’s family experiences with drug addiction and depression. Not to worry, there are a few sunny moments such as “Traded It All for Love” and “Shadow Dancer.” Overall, Bart and company make tragedy pretty ear-pleasing.

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