Click here to listen to acoustic version of “Body Snatcher.”
Sorry we haven’t updated the website in a while. We have been so busy, but we wanted to let you all know that we are playing at the Mid Point Music Festival in Cincinnati, OH on Friday, September 27th. We go on at 8:15 pm at the MOTR Pub. For more info and a complete list of bands (including The Breeders & Black Rebel Motorcycle Club!), go to MPMF.com.
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“Bang Bang” is the 3rd video from our album Love! Love! Love! It was created by Paul Perry at Cytoblast Records and is a narrative of our journey over the last couple years as well as an homage to our fans and loved ones who have been there every step of the way. We just recorded our second studio album, and hopefully we’ll make just as many good memories with this one. We hope you enjoy it!
The Dumb Easies
The June 2013 issue of Speak Up Magazine in Brazil is out. It features the song “One More Night” from our album Love! Love! Love! Each magazine also comes with a CD containing the song, and an ad for our album will run in next month’s issue. Here is our featured page along with the cover. We are so happy to be introduced to a new audience. Thank you Speak Up Magazine!
First of all, we want to thank all of the fans who have come to our shows during our fall/winter tour and all the bands we have had the pleasure of playing with including Glitter Trash, Kitty Glitter, The Kyle Sowashes, Boogaloosa Prayer, 45 Spider, The Boss Mustangs, The Black Swamp Rats, The Luckouts, Josh Flagg & the Obligations, and Jeremy Porter & the Tucos. It’s been a great year, and we plan on having another great year as we work on our next album. We have already recorded the music tracks for 14 songs and are in the process of doing the vocals. We are only going to have a couple shows over the summer so we can mix! mix! mix! so be sure to catch us if you can. You can click here to hear a template of one of the songs that will be on the album. It’s a Garage Band version Coco recorded for the band the day he wrote it. Cheers!
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“As tasty and bouncy as fresh bubblegum, this perfectly snazzy debut album delivers eleven tracks worth of straight-up no-bullshit rock’n’roll racket that happily eschew pretense in favor of just immediately gettin’ down to stirring and spirited brass tacks. The guitars grind up a fierce storm, the basslines churn away with equal relentless ferocity, and the drums lay down a mighty primordial steamrolling beat. Meanwhile, the vocals are quite lively and rousing. The plain-spoken simplicity of the songwriting rates as the yummy cherry on an already delicious sonic cake. It’s the extremely basic and uncomplicated quality of this music which in turn gives it a substantial breezy’n’easy charm.”
-Joe Wawrzyniak, Jersey Beat
“11 Songs of masterful pop sweetness. Not the kind of drivel that hit the top 40 these days as pop. This is 70′s style ,updated a bit with some punk bad assery lurking beneath the melodies. But seriously this record would belong right next to K-Tel 20 Power Hits Comp’s you could only get through TV back in the days of Archie Bunker and George Jefferson. Take Joey Ramone ,with one part Bay City Rollers,a sprinkle of Suzi Quatro and garnish it with Redd Kross then you have just an idea what these cats and kitties are like. Marvelous production gives equal weight to instruments,lead vox and background vox alike which must have been no small feat with so much going on in each song.I don’t have many bubble gummy, stick sweet pop Cd’s in my collection but Love ! Love! Love ! is going into it happily, Most of all I’m making it a point to catch them live very soon as the band just seems like they would be a rippin’ good time to see and act silly with. Favorite songs off this gem are Poison In The Stars,Bang Bang,Night and Day,Testify and Share Your Drugs( Very NY Dolls).”
-Michael Rys, Punk Globe