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Album Review

If we're being reductive, it's easy to call LoCash a sweeter cousin to Florida Georgia Line, a duo that tones down the bro swagger and delves into straight pop. Certainly, Preston Brust and Chris Lucas are inclined to have a good time—"Drunk Drunk" is a beachy boozy good time, complete with mock island accents on the bridge—but this pair, who penned hits for Keith Urban and Tim McGraw, prefer to tightly written ballads and light pop tunes. Sometimes, LoCash's desire to play down the sweet middle means that Fighters can get pretty sticky at times, but when they get the balance right—cranking up the gratitude on the fist-pumping "I Love This Life," or keeping things breezy on "I Know Somebody"—it offers some mainstream country pleasures.

Customer Reviews


These guys are a gimmick... they really already dropped off the face of the planet, it's just that no ones told them yet. They act rudely towards the people that have them their shot and have already forgotten where they came from.

Absolutely Love It

Every song is great!! Can't stop listening!!

recycle songs

They are pulling songs from last cd and putting it on this one??? Really...cant find any original material???


Formed: 2008 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

Featuring singer/songwriters Chris Lucas and Preston Brust, the country-pop duo LoCash launched their career as the LoCash Cowboys. After a self-titled, self-released album appeared in 2008, the duo signed with R&J Records in 2009 and released a string of singles on the label, starting with 2010's "Here Comes Summer." After they wrote hits for Tim McGraw ("Truck Yeah") and Keith Urban ("You Gonna Fly"), they returned to work on their second album, but R&J went out of business in 2012, so the duo...
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