This week we listened to so much new music that our ears actually complained to management. Here are some of the highlights.
Classic Rock's Tracks of the Week
From Bedfordshire to Rome via Los Angeles, we scour the globe for new Rock, and find plenty
Screaming Eagles — All The Way
WeAreHarlot — Denial
One of the most hotly-anticipated new bands of 2014, WeAreHarlot come from Los Angeles and make a lot of noise. It's aggressive but smooth, filthy yet melodic, and we suspect we'll be hearing a lot more.
Guida — Yellow Dash
Paul Hegley Band — Smoke and Liquor
The Felice Brothers - Cherry Licorice
Some tremendous rhyming going on here: "All I wanna eat is cherry liquorice, I don’t care if it sounds ridic-las". The Felice Bothers have a new album Favorite Waitres out on June 9, and start a UK tour in London on the same night.
Throne — Ascender
Smash Fashion — Wicked Ways
Birth Of Joy — Grow
This is great driving record, especially of you happen to be driving some kind of freakish mutant vehicle, at night, through a broken landscape of post-apocalyptic despair and chaotic, monstrous ruin.