As a six-piece modern country rock band hailing from South Yorkshire, The Outstations redefine the underrated genre with their distinctive twist. With two lead singers at the helm and a lineup of incredibly talented musicians, including Robert and David Hackett on lead vocals, Tim Langley on lead guitar, Craig Neale on rhythm guitar, Mark Wastnage on bass guitar, and Callum Storr on drums, The Outstations deliver a fresh take on modern country rock.
Their latest release, “Heart Shaped Stone,” showcases the band’s commitment to innovation. The song, originally penned by lead guitarist Tim Langley, underwent a meticulous transformation by the entire band. Working tirelessly, they breathed life into Langley’s vision, creating a piece of music they could collectively be proud of.
“Heart Shaped Stone” is a journey through the emotional nuances of the human condition. The band aims to take the listener on an emotional rollercoaster, laying bare the frailty and delicacy of the human experience. The track becomes a canvas on which The Outstations paint a poignant picture, blending heartfelt lyrics with the rich tapestry of modern country rock, a genre they skillfully navigate and redefine.