New York based Americana project Gideon’s Army shares singles “You Fill Me Up” and “Little Black Book”. Examining the trials and tribulations of sacrifice, fidelity, and life on the road, the rollicking tracks are testaments to growth and change in committed relationships. Frontman Rob Bray says the songs are “about how difficult it can be to gain trust when you have lived a particular lifestyle as a single person. You get older and enter into mature, committed relationships, and you realize it can come with major sacrifice, and the life you had planned without them can feel a little misguided. My advice would be that it’s okay to let your priorities shift around as you grow.”
Gideon’s Army is crooner Rob Bray and his band. Think Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers or Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. At his core, Bray is an art rocker reminiscent of Elvis or David Bowie, chameleonic in style and sound, drawing on a dynamic range of influences and eclectic genres, but unmistakably rock ‘n’ roll. Gideon’s Army released previous albums King of the League (2014) and Burn for the Living (2016) and has toured in cities across the US, including a performance with the Grammy nominated Danielle Nicole Band.