A Song By Song Breakdown of The Dungarees New EP

The Canadian country group The Dungarees released their new EP Twenty Something this week and simply put – it’s a nice piece of musical art.

It’s the group’s first EP in about 5 years and it didn’t disappoint. There’s a modern, yet traditional sound to it that is refreshing in the country music scene.

“Broken Down,” is a fun, uptempo song that gets the album off and running as they realize that the relationship is heading in the wrong trajectory.

“Twenty Something” is one of my favorite tracks on the album. I’m always a sucker for a song about life and how we should cherish each and every stage of it.

“Die Tryin'” is the theme song for anyone who is chasing their dream whether it be their career or that cute girl. There’s a subtle folksy sound to this one that is really cool.

“Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Use To” is the groups next single that they’re releasing. The songwriting will pull you in as you think they’re singing about machines and technology, when in reality they’re also referencing people and values.

“Hard Call” gives me a groovy vibe, almost like something you’d imagine Kenny Chesney serenading someone on a coastal beach.

“Bad Habit” has the group singing about how addicted they are to their loved one.