Featuring four original compositions that were intended for Donovan Woods' latest award-winning album, Hard
Settled, Ain’t Troubled, the songs on They
Are Going Away feature a distinct sense of motion throughout the
narratives. The lead track, written with Charles Kelley (Lady Antebellum) and a
fan favorite at shows, “What They Mean,” has Woods responding to a curious
child in the backseat who is listening carefully to the car radio; “It’ll Work
Itself Out” shows someone who is traveling furiously to outrun problems that
they can’t; “Drive Through Town,” which features Joey Landreth (Bros Landreth)
on slide guitar, provides a backdrop for the big issues, from living up to
expectations to escaping a dead-end relationship; and EP closer “Empty Rooms,”
written with Andrew Combs, is about moving on from a relationship—when that’s
not such a bad thing.
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