It's been a bustling last year for Bo and the Locomotive. Their long player "On My Way" comes on the heels of two EPs and a tour that took the trio to such musical meccas as Austin and New Orleans. Recorded at home in St. Louis, the album has a present and amiable feel lacking from many releases as of late.
Bo Bulawsky (little know facts: Bo is a former KDHX audio production intern and son of Larry Bulawsky of St. Louis band Magic City) and his two best friends, Andy and Steve, dropped by the KDHX studios to lay down a few tracks of their breezy but slightly dark pop. They maintained their relaxed feel culling songs straight from their recent debut. The warmth and glow present on the record seeped through in the sanative folk of "My Only Concern" as well as on a re-imagined version of "I'm Not Your House," the closing track from "On My Way." The band also featured the dichotomy of askew lyrics and sunset melody on "Time." Hopefully this is just the first of many stops on the journey of Bo and the Locomotive.