We’re almost a month away from the release of Black Lips’ new record, Underneath the Rainbow, which drops on March 18 on Vice Records. It’s their first full length album in three years and following up their single ”Boys In The Wood” and its accompanying video (It’s crazy, watch it here), they’re back with “Justice After All.”
I got an email lately from my buddy Andrew Donovan from Fayetteville, Arkansas telling me about this great solo artist he discovered randomly online, but Joshua Vest's music
"Josh told me he’s been recording this stuff at home by himself and doesn’t have a live band yet. I replied and told him that if he needs a guitar player to hit me up. About a month later we had our first practice. The other members are Joel Paul, from the band Swimming, on bass and Rob Storms on drums. It’s a little poppier than [my project] Voyageurs.”
Get this one hot off the press on the Sndcld, and look for more singles and a bit of touring this summer. I can see these boys going far!
From the first notes this song captivates and intrigues. A drum beat that is a direct nod to Prince’s “When Doves Cry”, a flute solo worthy of Ron Burgundy and campy 80’s synths that could be from the B-side of an ABC or Tears for Fears album. While this sounds like a recipe for disaster, amazingly the song’s catchy electo-dance hooks and falsetto swoons are impossible not to love. From the band’s new album, Dunes.
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