Tender, Bruised Folk Music
Tucker McIntire’s voice creaks with a rough-hewn tenderness and vulnerability, singing of homesickness, love, and dreams. This is somebody I could imagine busking on a street corner, fresh off a freight train, carrying within him the poetry of the American highway. His guitar is just as rough and beautiful as his voice, and carries an intensity that can either be loud or soft, but never dull.
I would add "Dreamer" to a playlist called Train music
"Dreamer" is reminiscent of well-known artists such as The Tallest Man on Earth
When listening to "Dreamer" I am transported to Sunset at the farm