This album was a constant companion during a long period of heartbreak and doubt.
And yes, that’s really the new artwork. Those Texas boys are something else.
Suffice to say, I’m very jealous of those lucky souls who saw any instance of the reformed Lift to Experience.
The ‘Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads’ remaster will be released this fall.
Pearson’s songs pull no punches as he chronicles all of the ugly, nasty, and shitty things that bring about a relationship’s end.
It’s this dichotomy between the worldliness and the spirituality in their songs that makes Lift To Experience’s music so interesting to me.