Little Jane and The Pistol Whips’ latest album, ‘Long Road Ahead,’ is an extraordinary musical journey that perfectly encapsulates the essence of Montana’s rugged beauty. Rooted in the rich traditions of Roots and Americana, this album is a heartfelt ode to the state’s majestic landscapes, from its towering mountains to its sweeping prairies. The band, renowned for their deep Montana roots, brings an authenticity and love for their home state that shines through in every track.

The album’s standout track ‘Montana Can’t You See’, whose music video is a must-watch for anyone wishing to immerse themselves in the spirit of Montana. The songs like ‘Call a Rat a Rat’ and ‘Lost to the Trade’ are poignant tributes to the blue-collar life and union workers, showcasing the band’s commitment to storytelling that resonates with everyday experiences and struggles.

Ashly Jane, the Montana-born lead singer, stands out with her dynamic voice that echoes the vintage country vibes of legends like Loretta Lynn, yet she possesses the versatility to excel across a wide spectrum of genres. From haunting ballads to lively barn dance tunes, her vocal prowess is a highlight of the album, captivating listeners with its depth and emotion.

The band’s growing recognition is well-deserved, as evidenced by their successful PBS special with Eric Funk on ’11th and Grant’ and their impressive performances alongside Grammy-winners such as the Zac Brown Band, John Mayer, and LeeAnn Rimes. Their music’s feature on ABC’s hit show ‘Big Sky’ further cements their rising status in the music industry.

‘Long Road Ahead’ is more than just an album; it’s a journey through the heart and soul of Montana, offering stories of life’s crossroads, sadness, hope, and renewal. Little Jane and The Pistol Whips have crafted a masterpiece that invites listeners to explore the depths of their musical and lyrical artistry. Available on all major streaming services, this album is a testament to the band’s talent and potential. With ‘Long Road Ahead,’ Little Jane and The Pistol Whips have set themselves on a path that leads to a bright and promising future in the world of music.