Steve Gunn's "Stonehurst Cowboy" follows his first single "New Moon" that arrived back in October.

""Stonehurst Cowboy" is a tribute to my late father, who passed away in 2016," says Gunn. "Stonehurst is an area in Southwest Philadelphia where both my parents grew up. Heavily affected by the Vietnam War, he became an adult at hyperspeed after high school when he was drafted -- though he didn’t end up actually fighting in Vietnam. He was too young to know what the hell was going on when the war broke, and it wasn’t until he, his brothers, and friends came back to make any sense of it.”

The Unseen In Between was produced by musician and frequent collaborator James Elkington, and was engineered by Daniel Schlett. The new record features contributions from Bob Dylan’s musical director Tony Garnier (bass), Meg Baird (vocals), and others.

"Stonehurst Cowboy" is out now. The Unseen In Between lands on 18 January via Matador. Steve Gunn plays London's Oslo on 5 April 2019. Find out more.