The Prescriptions debut, ‘Hollywood Gold’

Nashville-based rock band The Prescriptions have released their new single “Cuts Like A Knife,” and announced a January 18th release date for their debut album Hollywood Gold.

Listen to “Cuts Like A Knife” via SoundCloud:

https://soundcloud.com/theprescriptionsmusic/sets/cuts-like-a-knife

“Cuts Like A Knife” follows previous singles “She Is Waiting” and “Hollywood Gold.” Mother Church Pew said “With its bright harmonica-laced refrains, understated organ sizzles, and vintage, wide-open road feel, ‘She Is Waiting’ is sunshine from beginning to end.”

The band recently partnered with the acclaimed Nashville-based YouTube channel GemsOnVHS to release a live video for “Hollywood Gold.” East of 8th debuted the video stating “Their sound, influenced by the likes of Neil Young and Wilco, brims with a soothing ease that provides a balm for the ears and a salve for the soul.”

Watch “Hollywood Gold” via GemsOnVHS:
https://youtu.be/zEypcGelK9I

While The Prescriptions may come by their Southern style of narrative songwriting honestly, they refuse to rest on the laurels of their musical heritage. Songs like “Hollywood Gold” reflect the band’s deep appreciation for their musical heroes while also showcasing the commitment and drive towards something new.

Hollywood Gold Tracklist:

1) Setting Sun
2) Hollywood Gold
3) She Is Waiting
4) Broken Wing
5) I’m Out
6) Can’t Ask For More
7) Cuts Like A Knife
8) Loose Ends
9) Night Before I Lost My Mind
10) All Your Life
11) Days Go By

Source- Missing Piece Group



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