New Country Rehab dishes it out with the National Post. Potato leek soup, anyone?

New Country Rehab explains what makes their music unique, approachable, and downright awesome in this interview by the National Post. The Post writes, "Their music meshes roots rock, old-school country, bluegrass, folk and, on their new album, Ghost of Your Charms, a hint of pop. If they were any more American, they wouldn’t be Canadian." 

From hooves to filing cabinets to the rising popularity of the upright bass, find out what else they talked about here!

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New Country Rehab gets 4 1/2 stars!

The rave reviews just keep rollin' in! Quicksilver stars New Country Rehab are tearing up the music scene in all the right ways. They stay true to their musical history of roots and rock, but manage to bring fresh material and sounds to their sophomore release Ghosts of Your Charms (Kelp Records). 

Winnipeg Free Press writes, "Some of those yarns, such as "Home to You", with its gorgeous lilting melody, tend to warm hearts in sharp contrast to the darkness."

Read the rest of the review  here!