Christopher Foust - “American Made”

Christopher Foust - “American Made”

Opening a song with a “hell yeah” is one of the most American thing you can do, and Christopher Foust is unabashedly American on this tune written for the Sean McEwen film 'American Outlaws’. On this southern rock stomper of a track, Foust presents the American experience warts and all: “a bit trashy and a little insane; I want it all and I want it my way”. That brutally candid assessment is set to a grinding, steadily gyrating guitar rhythm that calls to mind clang and hum of a Midwestern steel mill. Christopher’s vocals shine in the verses, contrasting the grit of the chorus and highlighting struggle of the blue collar worker. This song is the beautiful bastard child of Springsteen and Rage Against The Machine, and if that’s not American enough for you? I don’t know what could be.
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