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Free Download: Lucero's Rootsy New Track 'Sometimes'

Preview a cut from the Memphis band's new album 'Women and Work'

January 20, 2012 11:30 AM ET
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Click to listen to Lucero's 'Sometimes'

Memphis country rockers Lucero were joined by veteran studio horn players Jim Spake and Scott Thompson for their latest album, Women and Work.

Random Notes

"'Sometimes' was written at the very end of our time in the studio," says frontman Ben Nichols. "We only had a day or two left when I finally finished the lyrics.  In a way they are the most personal on the record. My family always seems to work its way into my songs. Fathers and brothers and ghosts."

Women and Work will be in stores on March 13th, but you can download "Sometimes" for free now.

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