Till Midnight (album)

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Till Midnight
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Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 25, 2014
Genre Folk rock, indie folk
Label SideOneDummy
Producer Christopher Thorn
Chuck Ragan chronology
Covering Ground
Till Midnight
Singles from Till Midnight
  1. "Something May Catch Fire"
    Released: March 10, 2014 [1]

Till Midnight is the fourth studio album by Chuck Ragan, which was recorded in 2013 and produced by Christopher Thorn. The album was recorded at the Fireside Sound and Fonogenic Studios in Los Angeles. Guest vocalists include Ben Nichols (of Lucero), Dave Hause (of The Loved Ones), Jenny O., Chad Price, and Jon Snodgrass (of Drag the River). [2]

Chuck Ragan American musician

Charles Allen "Chuck" Ragan is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He is the guitarist and vocalist of the band Hot Water Music. Ragan has also released a variety of solo material, including a series of 7-inches on No Idea Records, a live album and three studio albums on Side One Dummy Records.

Lucero (band) American country-punk rock band

Lucero is an American country-punk rock band based in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Lucero's sound has been described as a "synthesis of soul, rock, and country [that] is distinctly Memphisian." They have released 11 albums and one live DVD, mostly through their own label. The band mainly tours around North America.

The Loved Ones are a punk band based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in late 2003, the band consists of Dave Hause, David Walsh (guitar), Chris Gonzalez (bass/guitar), Michael Cotterman (bass) and Mike Sneeringer (drums). They are presently signed to Fat Wreck Chords.


Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Absolute Punk 9/10 [3]
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Outburn 9/10 [5]

At Alternative Press , Jason Schreurs rated the album four-and-a-half stars, stating that "there aren't many stronger Americana albums than Till Midnight." [4] Amy Sciarretto of Outburn rated the album a nine out of ten, writing that the release "is distinctly American, and it's the kind of folk rock that appeals to the tattooed punk rockers." [5]

Outburn is an American bimonthly, print and digital publication focusing on alternative rock, heavy metal, punk rock, indie rock, and other styles. It presents news on music releases and events, interviews, high-quality photography, and reviews.

Track listing

1."Something May Catch Fire"3:52
2."Vagabond" (featuring Ben Nichols, Jon Snodgrass, and Chad Price)3:53
3."Non Typical" (featuring Jenny O.)4:08
4."Revved" (featuring Dave Hause)3:13
5."Bedroll Lullaby"3:24
6."Gave My Heart Out" (featuring Dave Hause)3:06
7."Wake with You"3:11
8."You and I Alone"3:56
9."Whistleblowers Song"2:54
10."For All We Care"4:38

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