Outlaws & Moonshine Debut New LP’s Title Track

Courtesy: Vanity Music Group

Outlaws & Moonshine is giving audiences a preview of its latest album.

The Indianapolis, IN-based southern rock outfit released this week ‘Devil in the Moonshine,’ the title track from its forthcoming album.  Devil in the Moonshine will be released Nov. 24 via Nemesis/Vanity Music Group.

Front man Beau Van talked about the song in a recent interview, saying that lyrically it leaves little doubt about its subject matter.

“Well, the inspiration for the song is … remember when you were a kid and you put toothpicks in cinnamon and sucked on them?  Well, now I mix ¼ pure moonshine – not the store-bought crap – with ¾ Fireball and that’s my Devil,” Van said with a laugh.  “As for the song, there’s no mystery there, it’s just a damn good drinking song.”

‘Devil in the Moonshine’ is the debut for the band’s newest member, steel guitarist Travis K, who lead guitarist Mike Back referred to as “an accomplished slide player and with a great ear who teaches guitar on the side.  He tends to be the quiet one of the band, but, his slick slide guitar give our music more of that southern core.”

Audiences can purchase ‘Devil in the Moonshine’ now online via iTunes and streamed on Spotify.  More information on ‘Devil in the Moonshine’ is available along with all of the band’s latest news at http://www.facebook.com/outlawsandmoonshine.

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