11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a reason Jake Smith’s shivery baritone has become a staple on TV shows like Sons of Anarchy and Californication. The folk troubadour behind The White Buffalo has a voice like worn leather, made rich and supple by life’s adventures. Love and the Death of Damnation, his fifth album, is a fine collection of prairie rock: whiskey-soaked stompers like “Dark Days” barreling fast and loose next to tender ballads, such as “Radio With No Sound.” Soundtrack your next saga to these frayed country tunes.

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a reason Jake Smith’s shivery baritone has become a staple on TV shows like Sons of Anarchy and Californication. The folk troubadour behind The White Buffalo has a voice like worn leather, made rich and supple by life’s adventures. Love and the Death of Damnation, his fifth album, is a fine collection of prairie rock: whiskey-soaked stompers like “Dark Days” barreling fast and loose next to tender ballads, such as “Radio With No Sound.” Soundtrack your next saga to these frayed country tunes.

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