Dancing in the Dim Light

by Them Coulee Boys

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    Digipak with 10-song CD and an 8 page full color booklet listing lyrics, credits, and acknowledgements from the band. Features cover art by Beau Janke and Soren Staff and includes other art by Engstrom.

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1.
10 ft Tall
2.
Sunset Sermons
3.
16th St.
4.
The Mask
5.
Lost On You
6.
7.
Standing In My Shadow
8.
Leave This Man
9.
Want & Need
10.
I Won't Be Defined

about

After the release of their debut “I Never Lied About Being In Love” in 2014, Them Coulee Boys toured tirelessly until it came time to record their first professional studio effort in the winter months of 2016. After 7 days at Pine Hollow Audio outside of Eau Claire, WI the new record “Dancing In The Dim Light” was born. With new songs came new sounds, as evidenced by the use of electric banjo, drums, and piano. Engineer Evan Middlesworth also contributed pedal steel and baritone guitar, while Eve Wilczewski (Seasaw) added violin. It’s a grander sound, while still keeping the rawness of a live setting Them Coulee Boys are known for. Lyrically, “Dancing In The Dim Light” deals with the duality of life, in which we often find the lows in our highs, but also see the light in the dark. Being weak or vulnerable isn’t what defines you. It’s about how you dance when the lights aren’t shining like they need to. “Dancing In The Dim Light” is set to be released June 2016 with a tour to follow.

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releases June 28, 2016

THEM COULEE BOYS are:
SOREN STAFF - Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano
BEAU JANKE - Banjo, Electric Banjo, Harmonica, Piano, Synth, Vocals
JENS STAFF - Mandolin, Vocals
MICHAEL ASCHBACHER - Bass, Kick Drum, Drums, Vocals

All songs performed by Them Coulee Boys with help from:
EVAN MIDDLESWORTH - Pedal Steel (4,5,10), Percussion (1,5,9), Baritone Guitar (2,9,10)
EVE WILCZEWSKI - Violin (6,8,9)

Produced by THEM COULEE BOYS
Recorded and Mixed by EVAN MIDDLESWORTH
Recorded at Pine Hollow Audio, Eau Claire, WI
Mastered by CHRIS HANZSEK
Mastered at Hanzsek Audio, Snohomish, WA
All songs written by SOREN STAFF (ASCAP)
Excluding Track 8, written by SOREN STAFF & EVE WILCZEWSKI
All songs arranged by THEM COULEE BOYS

Cover Art & Art Direction and Design by BEAU JANKE & SOREN STAFF

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Them Coulee Boys Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Them Coulee Boys are Folk-Punk Americana band from Eau Claire, WI playing music rooted in sincerity, and presented with an energy that will draw you in.

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Track Name: Take Her Easy
S. Staff -
I worked a long time for your heart. The sooner I quit the later I start to realize that you’re almost gone. Some other guy came to take it all. Take those records that I bought you off your shelf. Keep the letters that I wrote all to yourself. Take the little bit of me that you got left, throw it in fire to burn with all the rest. And if got to take her from me, would you take her easy? You used to wear me on your sleeve then roll them on up when it’s time to leave. You held me close when the clouds rolled in, but when the sun shined you’d be gone again. Take that Bible that I bought you off your shelf. Keep the songs I wrote for you all to yourself. Take the little bit of me that you got left throw it in the fire to burn with all the rest. And if you got to take her from me, would you take her easy? And I know that it gets hard to sing along, but it gets harder when you’re gone.