Gorgeous country song inspired by the daily drive

Cave States is a band from St. Louis, MO and is a collaboration between songwriters, Chris Grabau, Danny Kathrinerand Todd Schnitzer.  The band’s name is inspired largely by a nickname given to the state of Missouri and Plato’s Allegory of the Cave.
For over 20 years, the members of Cave States have led or supported a number of well known St. Louis bands including Magnolia Summer, Half Knots, Nadine, Colonel Ford, Wagon and Waterloo; however, Cave States is their first songwriting collaboration.
They’ve just released their new video “Commuter”.

 As Chris Grabau told The Bluegrass Situation website: “I recently moved out of the city (St. Louis) which increased my daily commute. The song is inspired largely by my longer commutes and the feeling of spending too much time in the middle-space between home and work; reunion and separation; love and isolation.”
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