Given their frenetic touring schedule, and the high-praise they have received from blogs and print alike, itâ€™s a wonder how These United States remain aloof among those well-versed music lovers who wear their idiosyncrasies on their sleeves who call themselves Alt-country fans. Read more of the review after the jump.
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