The Comancheros Anti-Celebrate in New Single "Happy Birthday to Me"

Article Contributed by Publicity Nation PR | Published on Saturday, September 24, 2022

Heavy and western rock band The Comancheros released their second single from their upcoming album Memphis to Mexico, titled "Happy Birthday to Me," available on all streaming and download services. With a rocking and unfortunately relatable chorus that's written for those who hate their special day. the track makes it obvious that The Comancheros know their audience and don’t hold anything back.

Opening with a rousing guitar solo and uptempo drumming, the tone of “Happy Birthday To Me” is far from melancholy. Though lead singer Tanner Jones croons about his birthday being forgotten, the first chorus blatantly calls listeners to sing to themselves: “Happy birthday to me / Nobody’s singing or celebrating how I came to be / I’ve had these days before / This one is no different / I’ll still wind up on the floor."

Produced by Richard Young of The Kentucky Headhunters, the single along with the rest of upcoming LP Memphis to Mexico shines with intention and bravado that comes easy to The Comancheros. "We're always trying to figure out what heavy and western sounds like," the band says. The upcoming album, their third, is set for release in November and shines a light on what the band has discovered about themselves amid working with a mentor producer on this new material and playing shows for audiences across the map.

Touring and performing nonstop since 2015, The Comacheros have stormed the stage with Randy Rogers, The Cadillac Three, Drake White, The Steel Woods, Alabama, Whiskey Myers, Blackberry Smoke, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. With endless energy and a distinct sound, the three-piece band’s catalog spans six years, two albums, and a 2022 cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s classic “Mississippi Kid.”

Living the rambling man lifestyle and following where the wind blows has sharpened their spurs and inspired the band to create a sound that exemplifies what it means to be a modern-day cowboy: heavy and western.