Q & A: TRICKSHOOTER SOCIAL CLUB





TELL US A LITTLE BIT ABOUT YOUR NEW ALBUM OR SINGLE?


“Honey I Believe” is a song about redemption, resiliency and the sublime

freedom of saying f*ck it. In this song - our female protagonist is simultaneously

filled with hope and hopelessness, fear and fearlessness, despair and ecstasy.

She decides that she believes she can change everything. She is

talking to is, of course, herself. And she does, in fact, change things. She grabs

her partner, her regrettable cigarettes, and her dignity, and she hits the road

in search of her own demons and angels. And she finds a glimmer of something

that looks like truth among the ice machines and Bible drawers of a

questionable Motel somewhere in East Tennessee. May we all be so lucky.



WHAT INSPIRED THE ALBUM OR SINGLE?

Chasing demons is a reoccurring theme in a lot of our stories. It’s such a

universal truth that we’re all running from things and chasing things-we just

wanted to tell that from the POV of a character who’s somewhat broken, and

go with her on her journey to being empowered to change.


CAN YOU SUM UP THE ALBUM IN A FEW WORDS?


Whiskey-soaked and world-weary.


WHAT RECORD CHANGED YOUR LIFE AND WHY?


Plenty of musical artists influenced us in our younger years. Wilco’s “Yankee

Hotel Foxtrot” came to us later in life and rewired our brains as to how you can