1. "The Old Hammer Mill"
Air Conditioner: irrelevant, toast.
2. "The Long Drive"
A man’s hat just flew off his head and into the water: yes.
Should you go on a road trip to this song on repeat: of course.
3. "The Arrival"
Window: roll that shit up, it’s starting to rain.
4. "8 Old Vines"
Bass: turned up, the rain splattering the roof and hood sound too trebly.
Visibility: Gibson Hummingbird.
5. "The Departure"
Specifically, 8 Old Vines is about overcoming that fear to take the chance and do something that may scare you, but might also be good for you in the end. DelPlato possesses an affinity for multiple guitar tracking, weaving sonic walls of varying heights and depths that work to manipulate various moods and ideas that come out of his storytelling, which we find to be his strongest attribute as a songwriter.