Adam Remnant – When I Was a Boy

  • December 15, 2016

For near fourteen years, Adam Remnant was the frontman of indie/Americana band Southeast Engine and at last has ventured solo with the fine six-song release, When I Was a Boy. Southeast Engine spanned from Remnant’s college years to a thirtysomething husband and father and the EP captures this transition with a warm, nostalgic, coming-of-age musing about what it means to become a man. When I Was a Boy thoughtfully reflects on the idyllic days of youth as well as explores the trappings of adulthood. A few album highlights include: the title track; the country tinged “Don’t Take Me For Granted”; and the existential “Monday Morning.” Fans of Southeast Engine should be pleased, it’s a great taste of what will hopefully become a full-length. – Written by JFelton



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