White Denim are back with yet another collection of iconoclastic rock ‘n’ roll songs!
Consisting of James Petralli (vocals, guitar), Conrad Choucroun (drums), Steven Terebecki (vocals, bass) and Michael Hunter (keyboards), White Denim has been subverting rock expectations since their illuminating debut album a decade ago.
Best way to describe White Denim’s modus operandi is the “everything AND the kitchen sink” approach to music making.
In pursuit of revolutionary rock ‘n’ roll music, the band mix and match genres and styles till they come up with a concoction that excites the heart, engages the mind and, most importantly, tickles the balls!
Performance is a magic carpet ride of sonic pleasures and needs to be swallowed whole to divine its multitude of musical treasures.
Cool riffs collide with diverse rhythms to produce music for the heart and soul, wrapped up in a warm retro production that feels oh so right.
Songs like “Double Death”, “Moves On”, “It Might Get Dark” and the title track are at once funky, raucous, virtuosic, trippy and visceral – never settling for the conventional but always challenging the avid listener.
This is one, true blue music fan!
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