Where Angels Dare to Roam

Album: Revolution Rise (2014)


  • Bassist Rex Brown told Artist Direct the story of the song. "We needed a heavy shuffle on there," he said. "Dewey (Bragg, vocals) came up with that melody. It hit him. He came into the car and brought that back overnight. It fit perfectly. It's epic."

    "There aren't many bands doing that heavy shuffle feel," Brown continued. "Growing up in Texas, that heavy shuffle boogie is where I come from. It all comes from the old blues s--t. Everything comes from f--king old Delta blues anyway. We wanted to make it heavy."


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