The power and mystery of Coyote Motel’s incendiary, soulful live performances is captured on album for the first time on the new Still Among the Living, an eight-song collection recorded during the band’s only 2020 concert, at Nashville’s 5 Spot. The set list runs from the riveting title track, an autobiographical song about surviving abuse, to the Mississippi ghost story “The River,” to “Homegoing,” which features vocalist Luella Melissa Mathes and draws from the deepest wells of tradition, to an explosive, sonically allusive jam on the blues classic “Tin Pan Alley,” featuring guest Nashville guitar legend Stan Lassiter. The album will be released on November 20, 2020.
Still Among the Living follows the band’s two heralded 2019 releases, the electric album Coyote Motel and the acoustic EP Learn to Love the Moon. // Continue to the full article