“Come Hell or High Water” is the solemn track by Canadian indie country artist Nick Ferrio with the release of his sophomore album, Amongst the Coyotes and Birdsongs. With a mystical country tang, it examines love as a predominant theme. This release builds onto Ferrio’s other releases, Introducing Nick Ferrio & His Feelings (2012) and Half The Time (2013).
Folksy and country galore – if you’re a fan of the cottage lakeside bluesy tunes, then this is right up your alley. It’s repetitive, but has a sort of charm to it. It’s not my kind of music, but it’s got a great sense of soul. “Come Hell or High Water” certainly gears itself towards a niche audience, but it’s also something that can be appreciated by all.
Ferrio’s voice sounds very youthful and unscathed, making it a sort of country song for the new generation. If you’re a deep woods Canadian country kind of fan, then there’s no reason why you wouldn’t love this track.
Want more Nick Ferrio? How could you not? Look at him with that milkshake – he’s absolutely lovable. Check out the rest of his album on his BandCamp page. While you’re at it, go to his Twitter feed @ferrioinstereo for more information.