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Boomkat Product Review:
Straight out of UTAH-STATE, U-U-U-UTAH STATE (Salt Lake City to be exact), Jeremy Chatelain is the latest in a long-line of singer songwriters to take on the mantle of Americana. Released through Manchester's Broken Horse label, 'Stay Poor, Stay Happy' is liberally coated in the fingerprints of artists such as Wilco, Ryan Adams and (to an extent) Johnny Cash, with Chatelian assuming an after-hours confessional tone that is equally inviting and intimate. With lyrics that sound as though they should be lamenting lost loves (even if they're not), Cub Country is simultaneously uplifting and melancholic in the great tradition of such records. So whilst 'Be Your Own Hitman' is a slow build acoustic rollercoaster and 'If We Should Fall' takes a leaf out of Smog's well thumbed book, it is Chatelain's electronic injection on 'The West' which shines brightest.