When summer bleeds out, leaving a carcass of its former self behind, autumn brings with it a cool crispness that is wonderfully invigorating. In a flood of dead leaves, colored in reds, browns, yellows, and oranges, there’s a newness which emerges. Or so Hayes Peebles mulls over with his new song “Fall, TN,” a somber and crackling campfire tune about his favorite time of year. “I don’t need you dear to me when fall takes hold in TN,” he sings with a lonely troubadour sadness
Listen to “Fall, TN” below.