This is the long awaited fourth full-length album by the Wrinkle Neck Mules, their second on Atlanta record label Lower 40 Records. The Mules - who have developed a cult-like niche in pockets around the globe - have self produced, engineered and recorded this effort. Let the Lead Fly takes to highlighting banjos, mandolins, mountain harmony and pedal steel guitar. This is certainly nothing new for the band who admits to being a rock band with country bones and bluegrass skin. This Frankenstein is evident from the get-go with a fiddle and banjo sing-along title track, the high school lament Howard Johnson and the twisted classic country of Waters All Run Dry.