The Two Tracks, a band based out of Sheridan WY, reverberates with heartfelt emotion and songs that speak to the listener with honesty, conviction and integrity. Their forthcoming album, Postcard Town confirms that this enticing new ensemble has something special to offer. Produced by the legendary Will Kimbrough, it also features contributions from special guest Bruce Bouton, Garth Brooks’ longtime pedal steel guitar player.
The Two Tracks’ Julie Szewc (guitar/vocals), told Elmore: “David Huebner (cello/guitar/vocals) has spent many a winter building a home for himself in Baja and learning to surf the empty point breaks that dot the Pacific coastline of the Peninsula. When we first began performing music together, he left for Baja for several weeks on his own, so I wrote this song, imagining the landscape and lifestyle down there, wishing he would come back. This past winter we both traveled to Baja in his old Landcruiser fondly named Lucille, where the video was recorded. I finally was able to explore “where the crow flies” and understand the silence and empty space that gives Dave solace for writing. Wyoming has a similar feel for us, and subsequently gave me the space to write this song.”
Along with Fred Serna (drums/percussion), and Russell Smith (upright bass), these remarkable talents have yielded an album that is brimming with depth and emotion.