The new twelve-song release begins with the rockabilly shuffle of "Heaven Buy And Buy" as Holly sounds as if she has a chip on her shoulder with her delivery of some fierce vocals. The slinky blues of "Apartment 34" and the spaghetti western feel of "Coulda Shoulda Woulda" shows that the Brokeoffs are ready for any adventure that Holly wants to take them on. They work in the slow waltz of "Jackhammer" and the classic country sound of "Marijuana, The Devil's Flower" to showcase their many different genres. Holly's partner Lawyer Dave takes the lead on the up-tempo dance number "Karate," before closing the album with the countrified anti-holiday song "Christmas Is A Lie." To find out more about the latest release from Holly Golightly and the Brookeoffs, please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/hollygolightlyandthebrokeoffs.