The Rattlenecks’ new album, Heart Lies (releasing June 4th 2017), brings an eclectic mix of songs to the listener. There is truly something for everyone. The title track boasts modern indie vibes with classic pop sensibilities; the lyrics are delivered via tight three-part harmony that hints at an interesting dissonance that never fully materializes. Sunday is a track that sounds as if The Byrds and Tom Petty got together for a sweet, one-time only collaboration. Foghorn Love Affair is a ballad with a classic Motown feel, it somehow manages to feel fresh and familiar at the same time. Behind The Vault features lush soundscapes, unique rhythms and a Prince-like vocal cadence. Double Barrel Belfries is a pop rock love letter written to a snow covered Eau Claire, WI. Lost is a beautifully performed acoustic number with pedal steel lines that seem to float like ghosts in the ether. Lovin’ You is a smile inducing, tongue in cheek, whimsical rocker. If We Don’t Jump is a toe tappin’, sittin’ around the campfire on a summer night with a beer in your hand kinda tune. And closing out the album is Feeling My Way Through The Dark – a barroom ballad drenched in despair yet it leaves the listener with a sense of hope and new beginnings.