India Ramey’s “King of the Ashes” Rolling Stone Pick Of The Week

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href=”https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-country/country-songs-rs-picks-india-ramey-1015102/”>Nashville singer-songwriter India Ramey conjures up the apocalyptic dread of the Trump era in “King of the Ashes,” from her upcoming album Shallow Graves. Over ominous minor chords and rumbling baritone guitar, Ramey describes a serpent-tongued wolf in sheep’s clothing who “preys on the fearful and the weak.” But instead of hopelessness, she’s calling for action, to speak up and rise up: “‘Cause hate is gasoline and silence is the matches.”