Montevallo incorporates pop and hip-hop, a trend that has been well-documented at radio, but does so in a more natural way – note the lack of rap features on the album – attempting to speak to the variety of Hunt’s musical roots more than current industry trends, conveniently hitting both. While it’s not a musical masterpiece, it’s interesting, and is engaging and at times downright undeniable while doing so.

At a time when “Bro-Country” is dominating the airwaves, The Railers pay homage to country’s roots, offering a contemporary spin on a more authentically country sound.