Promised Land Sound Echo the Stones on Rambunctious 'Empty Vase'

Nashville quartet bring more country than their punk-garage pals

Promised Land Sound empty vase album
Promised Land Sound
Dan Reilly

With connections to such acts as Pujol and JEFF the Brotherhood, not to mention the blessing of Jack White, Nashville's Promised Land Sound are poised to make a lot of noise in the Music City. Ahead of their self-titled debut album (out September 24 on Paradise of Bachelors), the quartet has shared "Empty Vase," a honky-tonk-leaning second single that sharpens the Rolling Stones' late-'60s output with a punky edge. Enjoy it below.

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