Earlier this month, Dalton Domino released his first full length record, 1806. Maybe you know about it already, but I'm here to encourage you, dear reader, to most definitely give it a listen if you haven't.
The album contains eleven story songs where melody and instrumentation (helloooo harmonica and horns!!) play just as an important part as lyrics and delivery to set the overall tone of the songs. Book ended by the moody, horn tinged "Howl" and the mixed emotions of a break up on "7 Years," in between you'll find songs heartfelt and honest, like the fiddle friendly "Jesus and Handbags" and "Find Us Alone." Domino's versatile voice can be warm and sincere ("All That Matters" and "William's Song"), gritty ("Killing Floor" and "Dallas") and downright playful ("Fall in Love").
It's a great initial offering that much like fellow artist William Clark Green first's album years back, shows a bright future.
For more information and to purchase 1806, visit here.