The track we’re previewing feels like a rebirth. It takes us back to the Far West, to a cowboy full of energy who enjoys his freedom in the desert and then quenches his thirst in a saloon. A saloon where there is no piano, just Small Reactions playing “New Age Soul.” And mind you, this wasn’t a random example: the band themselves have stated that the concept of the song revolves around just that, the freedom you feel in a deserted western Texas – as, after all, the first verse of the lyrics also suggests.
At the desert’s mouth, the Internet’s out In the electric air of western Texas fair Hand in the breeze and a face to the sun Walking nowhere, already gone
Dive into this magical atmosphere with us, sipping some whiskey (non-alcoholic drinks are also welcome, no problem at all!) on a sultry day, watching the sunset. Or even watching “Once Upon a Time in America” by Sergio Leone, just to get you in the mood.