Jim Lauderdale is releasing not one but two albums over the course of this summer, the title track of one being the song ‘Time Flies’ which Rolling Stone has described as “a warm, reverential reflection on the passage of the years, a rippling Southern rock ballad that unfurls like smoke in the furthest reaches of the memory.” The track was recorded in Nashville with co-producer Jay Weaver and is Lauderdale’s first record since last year’s London Southern (inspired by a little known 4 piece from Liverpool). Lauderdale says of the record: “Time Flies is a collection of my latest songs and is a different sounding record than anything I’ve made before.”
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