Texas Hill Release New Track, ‘Four Roses’

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After announcing their debut in June, Texas Hill (comprised of Craig Wayne Boyd, Adam Wakefield, and Casey James) have released their second track, “Four Roses”.

When asked to delve into the story being the twangy tune, Craig Wayne Boyd exclaims, “‘Four Roses’ is a fierce throwback to some of the personal heartache I’ve experienced, and though I’m not sure who’s to blame, I still like roses, but I like Four Roses a lot better!”.

The relatable summer jam has twinges of wistfulness but is sure to leave listeners with a feel-good vibe and an idea of what is to come from the trio. Texas Hill have co-written dozens of songs and has recorded a 6-song EP (including “Darkest Sky” and “Four Roses”) which is expected for release later this summer.

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