Cowboy Destroy Flirts With Adultery In New Single “Married Mercy” - Newslibre

Cowboy Destroy Flirts With Adultery In New Single “Married Mercy”

Cowboy Destroy’s new single “Married Mercy” is now available on all streaming platforms. “Married Mercy” is a slow and groove-filled song, with tasteful guitar solos and soft and whisper-like vocals which make you feel like you’re hiding a secret.

The song is about adultery and the struggles of attraction while in a monogamous relationship. Cowboy Destroy is able to captivate all those emotions that come with flirting and being attracted to someone else for the thrill, yet knowing it’s wrong.

“This song is about flirting with adultery, and the internal struggle of attraction within monogamy. The voice in the song is the internal monologue and fight you have with yourself. Also, I like flirting with the idea that mothers are sexy. The idea of the MILF is real. – Cowboy Destroy 

Cowboy Destroy is originally from Texas but lives in Los Angeles. We tell folk stories with garage grooves and lofi in-your-face growl. We call it Slop Pop. Saddle up for powerful vocals and a mix of 90s vibes. Are you ready for jokes with a dash of darkness?

Then ride shotgun on this psychedelic trip of queer empowering garage rock, specializing in songs about sex, drugs, and broken hearts. We love fuzz so much. As children we snuggled teddy bears, now we snuggle big muffs if you know what we mean.

Stay up to date with Cowboy Destroy by following them on Instagram.


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Author: Allan Bangirana

Allan Bangirana has a taste for all kinds of topics and usually writes about tech, entertainment, sports and community projects that make a difference in society.

He writes for Newslibre and Spur Magazine. He is also the co-founder of the Innovware project and a freelance consultant passionate about technology and web.


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