Dallas Remington Releases Nostalgic New Single “MULLET”

 

When a song is described as “nostalgic” it rarely conjures up one which is as amusing and original as the latest single from rising country artist Dallas Remington!  Nashville-based Dallas released “MULLET” last Friday, and yes, it is an ode to that iconic hairstyle of yesteryear that in essence was popular in the 80s and featured cropped sides, a short top and longer hair at the back .  Although more popular among the male population (including rockstars David Bowie, Rod Stewart and Keith Richards) it was sported by both men and women, and despite being the butt of its fair share of jokes Dallas is advocating for its return and is very excited about the prospect!

Staying true to the music she loves, the country-rock release was penned by Dallas alongside Megan Barker and Greg Friia with production by Corey Lawson, and was recorded and mixed at music city’s Claw Sound Studio with mastering by Harold LaRue. There’s the perfect mix of banjo, electric guitar and fiddle (the latter courtesy of three-time CMA Musician Of The Year Jenee Fleenor) and pairing that with its smart writing and Dallas’ trademark gritty vocals it’s a song that definitely needs to be cranked up loud! There’s so many witty lines, among my favourite being “there’s only one thing that’ll get the job done and it ain’t a mohawk, it ain’t a man bun…” But take a listen and find your own favourite here https://smarturl.it/mullet
Talking about the single, Dallas says “Y’all, I love mullets and that’s all there is to it. I grew up loving Billy Ray Cyrus, Joe Diffie, John Stamos and so many more 80’s and 90’s mullets. Fast forwards to Spring of 2021, I was playing downtown Nashville and in one afternoon I probably saw 30 people with mullets and I knew right then they are coming back and I could not be more excited about it! A couple of days later I was telling Megan and Greg about it and “MULLET” was born. Y’all get ready to relive some memories and maybe even bring your mullets back! Let’s make mullets great again!”.
Co-writer Greg Friita shares ” This is a song that was born out of zoom pandemic writing. Megan had invited me to join her and Dallas this day. We were all throwing out ideas and Dallas tossed this one out. I think we all said ‘ Yeah ‘ immediately. I remember the mullet craze all too well. Let’s just leave it at that!” .

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Article written by Lesley Hastings (twitter.com/lesleyhastings)
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