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    Bad News, I'm Afraid
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    Loose Story
Al Moore's heart lives squarely in the south, although he hasn’t always been able to rest there.
Born and raised in Nashville, he spent many formative years in Southern California, surrounded by the deceptively welcoming geography that houses the wide-eyed participants of Los Angeles music culture. After five years playing bass for a stalwart group in such a scene, Al was certain he’d become a full-on robot, and his spirit was beginning to wilt as a result. Having left the band by early 2018, the decision was finally made to return to the person he’d lost in the void. Cowgirls, his latest project, was born.
Equal parts country, pop, and goth-punk, the first Cowgirls tunes represent what is both terrifying and thrilling about rebirth. A collection of dark, hopeful, catchy, angry, untamed and progressive songs that each tell a small piece of the story, with our unlikely hero finally taking center stage to soundtrack the stubborn faith in our ghosts, and the grim recounting of our ugliest tales.
Cowgirls is a direct line to the guts of its listeners. It is the epitome of creating meaning from the wreckage, because nothing comes easy, and darkness waits in the wings to buck those who slip its grip. This is an invitation to helm the reins. Welcome to the Rodeo.


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