By Matt Wickstrom
Cory Branan often refers to his latest album, “Adios,” as a “loser’s survival guide.”
The album’s April release began a new chapter in his musical journey, but the album itself is about endings rather than fresh starts. Those endings include his father’s death (“The Vow”) and lost love (“Imogene”).
“Once the veneer of life wears off and the stitching starts to show, what do you do with the leftover pieces?” Branan asked. “It’s about trying to hang on to hope without being naïve.”
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