Single Review: Bush Hawg, “More than Corn”

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January 21, 2014

Bush Hawg More Than CornWell, it’s not all about partying out in the corn fields.

Bush Hawg have still put out a clich√©-laden record, mind you, but they’re more of the “real flag-wavin’, God-lovin’ Americans live only in the country” variety. It’s almost adorably last decade, really. Maybe next time around, they’ll go back a few years more and give us a Bubba song. Been a good long while since we’ve had one of those.

This band also had the good taste to cover “Fortunate Son” on their EP, so there’s hope for them yet.¬† This one’s a dud, but maybe we’ll get a chance to see where they go from here.

Grade: D

 

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