Produced by Will Kimbrough
Mixed by Trina Shoemaker
Engineered by Sean Sullivan
Mastered by Jim DeMain
Recorded at The Butcher Shoppe, Nashville, TN
Cheers to Solitude
Top 40 Album on Americana Radio
Top 10 on the Alt-Country Specialty Chart
"The Two Tracks avoid many of the cliches and gimmicks that have grown common in the Americana world while still championing a natural, Earth-grown sound. To hear an acoustic quartet reach a level of dynamic and thematic intensity like The Two Tracks do is an immeasurably rewarding experience. It’s pure musicianship, it’s pure excellence, it’s pure Americana."
- AMERICAN SONGWRITER (read more)
"Renown for soaring vocal harmonies and adept musicianship. Cheers to Solitude maintains the group’s tradition for thoughtful, literate songwriting and engaging vocals."
“Great vocals, strong lyrics, and glorious harmonies. More than anything, though, it's the sheer joy of making music that comes through."
- GLIDE MAGAZINE (read more)
"Cheers to Solitude encapsulates the soul of roots music, delivered with a wide-open groove. The Two Tracks songs are gentle, thoughtful, ruminations on life.”
"A brilliant, 10-song quasi-country album that unapologetically explores meaningful themes that mainstream Nashville eschewed long ago...warrants serious consideration for "best of 2020" critics lists."
"There is just enough twang in the music to make it country and just enough rock to make it interesting."
- NO DEPRESSION
"We appreciate acts like this that are without a doubt gifted at both songwriting and musicianship. Theirs is a rare gift; to draw listeners in like family, while providing hope in the midst of such uncertainty.”
“One of those consummate Americana albums...the songs just roll along with melodies dovetailing into sublime playing, wonderful harmonies and strong songwriting. There’s a direct line from the songwriters to the listeners with just the right amount of production and texture to make them dance on the surface and slide deep into the soul."
"The Two Track's songs speak to our emotions, leaving us feeling good inside."
“The stories of Cheers to Solitude are an umbrella, sheltering a humanity weathering the same storms, feeling the same pain, and holding on to the same rush of joy.”
- THE ALTERNATE ROOT
"Simple yet panoramic; folky yet danceable."
- KBAC RADIO FREE SANTA FE