Dating bo rinehart
“I ain’t much for the morning but I’ve always been good at tonight.” The production makes this enjoyable–it features accordion and is something I can call pop country, as opposed to similar, overproduced straight pop songs.
“Night’s on Fire,” the first single follows–this is the typical song about hooking up by a river.
However, this one is not terrible, as it has really nice descriptions and focuses on the experience and the surroundings rather than just having sex.
RS luckily found cooler environs to chat with Bear, his guitarist brother Bo, bassist Seth Bolt and keyboardist Josh Lovelace about the tour, their restless sonic experimentation and that pesky “Christian band” label. Everybody has to get along I guess to make it work, but it’s been the most successful thing we’ve ever done and we have more fun doing it than any other tours we ever had.Their most recent LP, Hard Love, came out in mid-July and landed at Number Two on the Billboard 200 (behind Drake’s dominant Views), their strongest debut to date.Hard Love also represents a distinct shift in style, taking the band from the anthem-heavy Southern rock and folk of 2014’s Rivers in the Wasteland to decidedly more dance-influenced territory, as on the Shovels and Rope collaboration “Great Night,” which bears a trace of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus,” or the soulful funk groove of “Money and Fame.” “Some of our fans might think that some of the synth-y things, programmed drums, stuff like that, is like a pop thing,” says singer Bear Rinehart. We saw it as like this new frontier that we had never touched.” Though frequently tagged as a Christian-rock band because of their initial successes in Christian radio markets, Needtobreathe resist that categorization because of the challenges it presents to non-evangelical listeners.The album opens with “Good at Tonight,” an upbeat anthem featuring Brothers Osborne that would be a great second single choice.I am surprised by how much I enjoy this song because it’s similar to a lot of songs out there, speaking about living life to its fullest and seizing the moment.