July 25, 2019, Real Rock And Roll Music Blog have your fresh track picks!
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Tracks by Crobot, Paul Den Heyer, and Kid Kapichi!!
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CROBOT – Keep Me Down
It’s been a while since I listened to a new Crobot track, but this one is heavy and riffy and tasty in all sorts of ways. “Keep Me Down” is taken from the band’s upcoming album release “Motherbrain”, set for release on August 23.
The band’s current lineup is returning singer Brandon Yeagley, guitarist Chris Bishop, bassist Eddie Collins, and drummer Dan Ryan.
Crobot is headed out on tour with The Damned Things, and you can find all the tour dates on the band’s Facebook page.
PAUL DEN HEYER – Passing of the Season
by Maria Savva
Liverpool’s Paul Den Heyer released his debut album “Everything So Far” on 17th May. Today’s track of the day is taken from that album.
Get your copy of “Everything So Far” – available in CD, vinyl, and download: Bandcamp
1) Technicolor Summer Sunshine
2) Clear Sunlight View
3) Illusions Shine Like Gold
4) Unfolding (Revisited)
5) Money Cloud
6) Passing Of The Season
7) Home Song
8) End Of The Summer
9) Everything So Far
” ‘Everything So Far’ is a personal collection of songs triggered by a sequence of recent family and friend bereavements and a health scare of my own 5 years ago. Such things (as the members of Spinal Tap in their movie state) give a person ‘too much fucking perspective’ and often put them into an introspective state of mind. This was certainly the case with me and was enough to make me write my first new songs in almost 20 years,” says Paul Den Heyer. “The songs came thick and fast and effortlessly, unusual for me, and were recorded quickly in between sessions for a Sunstack Jones album I was working on in the summer. Hence, the band feature on the LP heavily as they were good enough and only too happy to help out. Wouldn’t have happened without them!”
KID KAPICHI – Glitterati
Kid Kapichi are an indie rock band from Hastings, here in the UK, and have been putting music out for around three years now. They have a string of very decent EPs. ‘Glitterati’ is taken from their latest EP Sugar Tax which is out later this month I think.
The band’s lyrics offer quite a cutting take on modern culture. Political in nature, yes, but probably a bit more subtle than out and out protest punk. Socio-political is I guess what you would call it. And yeah, they find a lot to criticise as you might expect.
Anyway, this is great, and it’s getting a fair bit of radio play at the moment too which is nice to see for a change. Definitely, a band to follow this.