That helps explain the sense of whimsy in the band's new song "Against the Grain." The song feels feathertouch-light but is weighted with a subtle sadness. The band adds a layer of synth to this song that gives their music an even more spacious, magical feel. Burke celebrates the strength of his bonds, even if they seem unconventional from an outsider's point of view. In this video, the old chestnut of calling a loved one your "partner in crime" is taken quite literally -- and satisfactorily.
Have Gun, Will Travel's new album Strange Chemistry will be out on July 12th.
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