Track Dogs | Don’t Delay

Track Dogs | Don’t Delay | review

Written by Marina Blore

On October 2, 2020

The band of four in Track Dogs made up of an Englishman, two Irishmen and an American, who may or may not at one time have walked into a bar as the story goes, deliver a sound that is clearly influenced by each of the band members and as a result, creates a uniquely glorious sound.

Nashville’s Ashley Campbell makes a guest appearance on this track and her skills on banjo certainly add a touch of class. I love the vocal harmonies and the uplifting chorus that feels like a virtual hug every time I hear it.

This is primarily a UK band and I was happy to see British references on the album including A Piano Sings, which is a tribute to Freddie Mercury.

I highly recommend this single and despite the lyrics referring to the end of a relationship and leaving it in the past, it leaves me feeling positive about this bands future. Don’t Delay, get it now.

Marina Blore, The British Country Music Festival (TBCMF)

Track Dogs | Don't Delay

Credits: Track Dogs | Don’t Delay

 Performed by Track Dogs and Ashley Campbell
Written by Dave Mooney, Garrett Wall, Howard Brown, Robbie Kenneth Jones

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