Bob Lewis marks the ‘End of an Error’

The East Nashville musician’s first solo release in eight years.

Bob Lewis hadn’t released any solo music in eight years, until last week—End of an Error put paid to that.

On this new, soul-baring record, the East Nashville transplant taps into his roots in the punk and hardcore scene of Northeastern Pennsylvania. “Giving up, fitting in,” he chants on the toe-tapping “Dark Glasses,” negotiating the struggle between an authentic self and an external image. The burbling, earnest “Drunk on Love” is another standout.

End of an Error is only six tracks long, but Lewis manages a capable cast of collaborators in that short runtime: Guitarist Aaron Lee Tasjan, roots rocker Andrew Leahey, singer Megan Palmer and Jamie Timm (of Microwave Mountain) all appear on the album, which was produced by Nate Wedan.

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