Nashville’s Courtesy Drop is in the middle of its winter tour in support of its latest album “Songs to Drive to; Cry, and Make Love To.”
There is no intended lyrical theme to Songs to Drive To; Cry and Make Love To as a whole, but the album conveys a powerful sense of frustration. Chalos describes the album as having been written from three different perspectives: depression, complacency, and reflection. “Quit running against the wind” could find a fitting home in many of the album’s tracks. In its succinctness, it could easily be interpreted as an incidental undertone to the entirety of the record, obtaining different meaning from each of the three perspectives Chalos wrote the album’s thirteen songs from.
The group will be stopping in at Strange Matter on Tuesday, Feb. 4 playing with The Sands and Little Master.