April 5, 2018
5. April 2018 By Walter Price 0

GTC Has Fresh Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition April 5, 2018

April 5, 2018, has your fresh RRAR Music Blog track picks.

April 5, 2018

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 Tracks by The Glorious Sons, The Slow Readers Club, and The Orwells!!!

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by Maria Haskins

Canadian rockers The Glorious Sons have blazed a bright trail on stages all over the place in recent years, and it’s easy to understand why when you listen to this soulful, powerful track. “My Poor Heart” is taken from the band’s new album “Young Beauties and Fools”, available right now.

The Glorious Sons are on tour right now, and will be playing all over North America and elsewhere. Check out all the tour dates on the band’s website.



THE SLOW READERS CLUB – You Opened Up My Heart

by Maria Savva

Today’s track of the day is “You Opened Up My Heart” – the third single released from The Slow Readers Club’s upcoming 3rd album, “Build A Tower”, set to be released on the 4th of May 2018.

I absolutely love all the new tracks and can hardly wait to hear the album. This band have hit upon a winning formula for producing great music and are becoming very popular. The Slow Readers Club sound is reminiscent of the best ’80s music, with a modern twist; dark and relatable lyrics with dancey and catchy electronic and guitar melodies. Mesmerising and addictive.

Pre-order the album here.

The Slow Readers Club will be touring in April and May in support of the album. Grab your tickets to the tour while you still can, as they are selling fast. Website.



THE ORWELLS – Last Call (Go Home)

by Neil Schiller

Thank God for Shazam. This track was featured on the soundtrack of a TV show I was watching and my ears picked it out immediately. And then my partner’s phone told me who it was. The Orwells are from Chicago and have been around since 2012. ‘Last Call’ is from their album Terrible Human Beings which was released last year. You should check that out too, it’s pretty great.

For me, this has a slight slacker-rock vibe to it, but also with a hint of ’80’s English post-punk. It’s catchy as hell anyway, I can’t stop listening to it.

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