Exclusive Track Premiere: Elliot Randall & The Deadmen — “After the Show”

Juli Thanki | August 9th, 2012

ERDM Photo by Alisha Montoya

 

Engine 145 is proud to premiere the new single from San Francisco-based Americana band Elliot Randall & The Deadmen. Co-written with singer-songwriter Heather Combs, “After the Show” is the first new material the band has released sinceĀ Caffeine & Gasoline, which came in at #33 on the Americana Music Association’s Best Albums of 2010 list.

 

A new ERDM album is in the works; we’ll keep you posted on its progress. To tide you over until then, “After the Show” will be available for purchase on Randall’s Bandcamp page starting August 14.

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