FULL ALBUM PREMIERE: Louisville’s Rebecca Rego & The Trainmen Deliver Rootsy Warm & Energizing ‘Speaking of Witches’

Singer-Songwriter and recent Louisville transplant Rebecca Rego along with her band the Trainmen, are gearing up to release their third full-length LP Speaking Of Witches on May 31st. This ambitious new release featuring a creative full circle for the band was recorded at Justin Vernon’s (Bon Iver) Grammy Award-winning April Base Studios in Eau Claire, Wisconsin along with Producer Beau Sorenson (Tune-Yards, Superchunk, Bob Mould).

From the contagious opening track “Fear, Love, and Greed” which rocks with grand pop flourishes to the ominously gorgeous “Nobody Knows Me” and the twangy firepower of “Find Something Real,” Rego has molded the rugged tones of Heartless Bastards with the harmonies of Neko Case & Grace Potter. Glide is thrilled to premiere Speaking of Witches in its entirety (below). The trajectory of songs summons a fruitful creative growth for Rego, making Speaking of Witches easily one of 2019’s top new listens.

Rebecca Rego & The Trainmen have been honored to share the stage with John Hiatt, Ha Ha Tonka, Rodney Crowell, Mason Jennings, Bowerbirds, Damien Jurado, and so many moreRebecca Rego & The Trainmen will be celebrating the release of Speaking of Witches with a show at Schuba’s Tavern in Chicago on Wednesday, May 29th.

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