4 Sisters. 4 Brothers. Great stories. Great music.

Support Saticoy's Fourth Record: YOU AGAIN

Saticoy’s highly-anticipated fourth album, You Again is full of joy, love, loss, hope, and of course, inspiring beats, relaxing melodies, and the Saunders Sisters’ harmonies. 

You Again features more instruments than previous albums (hello cello, trumpets, pedal steel, and Blake’s hammered dulcimer!!), more guest musicians too, and a whole new level of mixing and mastering. 

You Again, is full of classic Saticoy story-songs – from “My Madonna” (about a life-long romance that starts in a mid-west truck stop) to “Easier than Flying” (a goodbye song based on the amazing story of Debbie Hall) to “1963” (a retro folk-pop ballad about the adventuresome life of the Saunders’ Aunt Linda and Uncle Dennis). 

The jacket design (by Rachel Rosales) has a vintage scrapbook vibe, and features 1970’s photos of Boone and Joyce Saunders, who inspired many songs on the album, including the title track, “You Again”. This sweet, hope-filled duet features Nashville master musician Nathan Dugger (of Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors) on vocals and pedal steel guitar. 

If you like good stories and good music, you will love You Again. Preview songs and order below!

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    Bones 2:36
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