Highway Natives is an American rock 5-piece out of Nashville, TN. With “a retro ‘70s vibe combined with roots-flavored country-rock brawn, Highway Natives conjures up early Allman Brothers Band, The Black Crowes, along with tinctures of Eagles and Petty. With such a wide array of eclectic influences, at their core, the group can best be distinguished by their rich, soulful harmonies, artful full-bodied stylings on guitar, and a rhythm section that’s groovy timekeeping is nestled tightly underneath singable and raw lyrics that trade between the two lead singers.
A beautifully warm mix, laid-back vocal swagger, and a cosmic outlaw-themed animated video round out a tasteful tribute to polyester’s heyday on the latest jammed-out country rocker “Cold Feet ”, from Nashville’s Highway Natives. While the band plays with laser-like precision, “Cold Feet”, manages to avoid feeling stiff via airy chords, vintage tones, and open-ended instrumental interludes. ”Cold Feet” is off the upcoming record “West of the Blindside”, due out June 24th.
”Cold Feet” is the second single off our upcoming record, “West of the Blindside”, to be released June 24th. It’s a fun, grooving tune filled with little ear candy additions throughout the entire track. We channeled a lot of our favorite classic inspirations on this one. There’s an almost mysterious feeling to it, that drives you all the way up to an instrumental bridge in the song that drops down dynamically, then picks you back up and rocks through the end,” says the band.