1. Who are the Black Lips?
Black Lips are a garage rock band, with a side of bluesy psychedelia, from Atlanta, Georgia. Can’t Hold On (April’17) is the lead single from their eighth album Satan’s Graffiti or Gods Art? (May’17).
2. What kind of tune is Can't Hold On?
Can't Hold On is a foot to the floor retro-rock song without any frills.
3. Who do the Black Lips sound like?
4. What have the cut and paste jackals said about Can't Hold On?
“Snarling” – Paste Magazine.
“As chaotically cathartic as ever” – Stereogum.
“Shambolic take on garage rock” – Consequence Of Sound.
5. Which bands inspired the Black Lips?
The Black Lips main influences are 13th Floor Elevators, Led Zeppelin, The Ramones, The Rolling Stones, and Bo Diddley.
6. Why should I give Can't Hold On a spin?
Because you like punky garage bands like The Orwells. Because you love retro-rock'n'roll like The Growlers.
7. What are the Black Lips best songs?
Throw It Away, Take My Heart, and Can't Dance.
8. Any more words you charlatan?
Satan’s Graffiti or Gods Art? is produced by Sean Lennon (Fat White Family).
Freedom Fry are a light indie pop duo from Los Angeles, California. Playing together since 2011 they have released a string of E.P.'s and singles. Freedom Fry sound something like Katie Herzig, Blondfire, and STRFKR. Their main influences are Beach House, The Surfaris, and The Ventures. Wild Child (April'17) is a stand alone single and is commercial indie pop with a hint of desert Americana and nostalgic melancholy. Hard not to like though and that's the point.
“Woah, well bless my soul,
Living on love & rock’n’roll”