Exclusive: Stream Bo & the Locomotive's New Album, It's All Down Here From Here, Now


Bo & the Locomotive - BRYAN SUTTER
  • Bryan Sutter
  • Bo & the Locomotive

Tonight is the record release show for Bo & the Locomotive's new album, It's All Down Here From Here. The band will be joined by Middle Class Fashion and the Carondelets at Off Broadway ($10 to $13 / 9 p.m.).

Can't wait until then? Well, you're in luck: We have an exclusive stream of the album for you right now.

See also: St. Louis' Bo & the Locomotive Is Poised for the National Stage

It's All Down Here From Here was the subject of RFT Music writer Christian Schaeffer's latest column, in which he declared that the album "puts Bo & the Locomotive damn well near the top of rock bands working in St. Louis."

From the review:

Bo & the Locomotive's palette is expanded on the new record; the richness of O'Neal's keyboard arsenal speaks to Native Sound's analog devotion and Bulawsky's guitar work can be buzzy or sharp. But rather than rewrite the formula with its second record, Bo & the Locomotive refine what works and find richness in committing to that sound.

Be sure to check out the (NSFW) video for new song "In the Water" as well, below:


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