The Wild Feathers' Greetings From the Neon Frontier finds the band embracing their more countrified influences, while retaining the heavy harmonies, gritty guitar playing, and smart, tight songwriting that brought them to prominence. With musical and songwriting touchstones ranging from The Eagles to Tom Petty, the album reunites the band with award-winning producer Jay Joyce, who oversaw the group's 2013 self-titled debut and 2016's Lonely Is a Lifetime. "It feels like every mile we've traveled and every show we've played has led up to this album," said singer-guitarist Ricky Young. "It's truly the most honest and reflective collection of songs we've ever created." Lead single "Big Sky's" breezy country rock earned acclaim from Rolling Stone, who called it "an amplified tribute to the joys of unplugging oneself from everyday life and, instead, chasing down some wide open spaces," and The Boot, who praised its "near-instantaneous calming effect."