Originally posted on Country Perspective:
In late 2012, singer/songwriter Ryan Bingham released an album titled Tomorrowland. That album was heavy and dark in content, reflecting back on the passing of Bingham’s parents. Fast-forward roughly two and a half years, Bingham has released his fifth studio album, Fear and Saturday Night. Content-wise, this album has a much lighter and hopeful feel in comparison. Ryan Bingham shows a different perspective to life. It’s not just a have hope and things will get better attitude, but an encouragement to not let life pass you by. Sudden deaths can be eye-opening as to how short life can truly be, and the songs on Fear and Saturday Night, for the most part, urge listeners to find pride and enjoyment with the present. Drawing from folk and rock influences for the production, Bingham delivers a diverse, pleasing album.
Appropriately, the album kicks off with “Nobody Knows My Trouble.” A simple…
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