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Published on May 30th, 2020 | by Guest Editor


Listen to “Stay Here Tonight” the Second Single from Greyhounds’ Upcoming Release ‘Primates’

At the dawning of a new decade, Austin band Greyhounds (the duo of Andrew Trube and Anthony Farrell) are set to release their new album Primates, marking the 20th year of their brotherhood.

Here is a brand new track “Stay Here Tonight” from Primates (out July 10 via Nine Mile Records).

“‘Stay Here Tonight’ was written by our good friend Dante [Chavez Vela],” recalls guitarist Andrew Trube. “We were hanging out one night and he told [my bandmate] Anthony [Farrell] and I that he had a tune that only we could do. He said ‘It has that Greyhounds thing about it.’ So Anthony and I literally went into the studio the next day and recorded the song. We immediately connected with the tune outta the gate. The rhythm, melody, and lyrics that i think we can all relate to, ‘you don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here tonight.’ I know I’ve heard that, and said that.”

The upcoming release Primates is a dialect of the human soul – a musical language that reaches across all borders, beyond all differences – to address personal relationships, class struggles, culture wars, and the disconnectedness of modern living. Trube and Farrell conjure vibrations of those who have come before, while remaining aware and inspired of what the future will bring.


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