'All The Misery Money Can Buy': Clay Rose of Gasoline Lollipops Critiques The American Dream

Frontman of Gasoline Lollipops, aka 'Gas-Pops', Clay Rose joined our Tower Instagram Live show to talk about their upcoming album, All the Misery Money Can Buy, with host Dani Pinkus.

Rose spoke about his life and work in the Colorado music scene and the themes and ideas that you'll find on the new album. Hint: there's a lot of universality in talking about economic inequalities.

Here's a full teaser about All the Misery Money Can Buy:

"All The Misery Money Can Buy pursues happiness and the American Dream to the end of the rainbow and chokes on a pot of gold. Gasoline Lollipops collaborated with country song-writer Donna Farar (“Last Thing I Needed” recorded by Willie Nelson and Chris Stapleton) to create this politically-charged union of soul music and Southern rock. All The Misery was engineered and produced by Justin Tocket (Marcus Miller, Anders Osborne) at Dockside Studio in Lafayette, Louisiana."

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