10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week: Tyler Farr, Tenille Townes and More

Townes' empathetic "Somebody's Daughter," Farr's "Love by the Moon," Walker Hayes' tribute to "Craig" and more to hear now

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Sons of Bill, "Believer / Pretender"

Trading their Americana roots for the skyward sweep of Reagan-era college rock, Sons of Bill introduce their upcoming release, Oh God Ma'am, with this Eighties-leaning anthem. The electric guitars, whose reverb-heavy chimes and chorus-pedaled punch nod to everyone from Echo and the Bunnymen to the War on Drugs, will draw you in. But the double-tracked vocals, which swoon one minute and sweep the next, will hook you. R.C.

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